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Christ Piece (Last Supper IV ‘THE EUCHARIST’) Drawing

Oryiman Agbaka

Nigeria

Drawing, Ballpoint Pen on Paper

Size: 22 W x 16 H x 0.5 D in

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This is an original drawing done with Ballpoint pen and ink on paper. The main idea of this piece is centered around betrayal which is being portrayed in this Christ masterpiece of the event at the last supper with his disciples moments before Judas betrayed him with a kiss. This artwork is inspired by the work of Leornado da Vinci. Betrayal and disloyalty has been a contemporary issue we continue to face and encounter in modern day stemming from bad politicians, individuals and strategic entities to constitute deceit to the gullible public. I hope someone can resonate with this piece.

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Drawing:Ballpoint Pen on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:22 W x 16 H x 0.5 D in

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•Agbaka Oryiman is a self taught contemporary (VISIONARY) multidisciplinary artist and a freelance photographer skilled in painting and drawing, born and living in Nigeria, who loves to explore different styles and mediums of art but traditionally a ballpoint pen artist who uses lines, shapes and symbols to create a fusion between real and abstract worlds where they can coexist in harmony. He harnesses his creativity and skills in various forms of ART in order to pursue his artistic journey, He uses the ballpoint pen and ink specifically because they are tools from ancient times used in telling stories and writings and truthfully. In his practice as an artist over the years, He believes art is a means of expression and loves to not just draw but also paint in different styles and techniques, Agbaka loves to explore abstracts he says “I don’t want to be confined into one practice or style of art as this makes me feel as though I’m a prisoner, I believe art has set me free hence I create even more expressively exploring different styles and techniques of art” His ideas are revealed to him intuitively and tries to focus on society, class, politics and people generally. •He’s inspired by past and present artist and because of his similar artistic journey, was nicknamed “Picasso” he is to a large extent inspired by Pablo Picasso, Caravaggio, Michelle Angelo, leornado da vinci, Jean michel basquiat. His famous quote thus: “Art is the mirror that reflects my soul”

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