…and then they said, “Let there be celebration.”
There was song, there was dance, there was the rhythmic beating of the drums. The many had becomeone. And this one moved without any restrain - happiness bursting out of their innermost being. There was, is, no time for politehellos. Only a deep dive into the waters of collective festivities. As night and day melted into one another, they forget all about their reason for being there, taken in completely instead by simply... being.
About The Artist
Monsuru Ademola Tukuru is a Nigerian artist born in 1966 in Lagos, Nigeria. He is known for his mixed media paintings. Tukuru fully immersed himself in the world of art during his secondary school and university years. During his final year at Yabatech, Lagos, he learned the nuances of etching from renowned printmaker and painter Bruce Onobrakpeya. Today, Tukuru is known for his exceptional etching paintings.
The artist lives in Lagos with his wife and three children. Tukuru’s art has managed to cross boundaries and oceans and found its way into homes, hotels, exhibitions, and galleries in North America, Europe, Asia, as well as many parts of Africa itself.
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