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Painting, Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 35.4 W x 47.6 H x 0.8 D in
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Believe it or not, this work was inspired by the lost sun flowers of Van Gogh. The vivid blues and yellows. However, Pangaya is out to revenge on the wickedness of man. Pangaya is mad, very mad. Man has deviated from the true path and they must pay; severely.
Painting:Acrylic on Canvas
Size:35.4 W x 47.6 H x 0.8 D in
Ready to Hang:Not applicable
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Chinwe Russell is a Nigerian-born British artist and curator with nearly 30 years of professional experience across many industries and geographies. Her CV encompasses Banking and Finance; Business Management and Development; Community Development; PR and Marketing; Training and Consultancy. FOUNDER AND CURATOR Chinwe has curated many international exhibitions and auctions featuring many artists from the world over. In addition to developing her own thriving art practice, Chinwe has brought her passion, energy, and creativity to bear on revitalizing the visual arts sector in her adopted town of Doncaster by establishing the Doncaster art fair as well the D31 art gallery which has become the hub for the visual arts in the city. MENTOR For the past few years, Chinwe has supported a large number of artists the opportunity to show and sell their work on the international auction market via her collaboration with Chalkwell auctions as well as via various art exhibitions. Identified as a “Raw Talent” in 2018 Chinwe’s work has been shown in various prestigious exhibitions notably at the Carrousel du louvre Focus art fair, The Other Art Fair’s “Not 30% Project” London, Shanghai international art fair, the Global arts award and more. In 2019 and 2021, her works were selected and sold at the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition. Chinwe’s narrative artistic style has brought a string of accolades to her name. Often historical in nature, Chinwe’s work uses bold bright colors to depict subjects evocative of deep reflection and emotions. Her naïve, intuitive style can be found both in public and private collections in the UK and abroad. Chinwe works on bespoke commissions as well as groups her work into themed collections. Chinwe often collaborates with both the public and private organizations to promote the visual arts and was on the Doncaster City Status project board who successfully made Doncaster a city. Chinwe has been a two-time recipient of Arts council England grant which supported two of her most important bodies of work. Some of her most important bodies of work include: Gods of Africa 20 Historical women who changed the world, Tribes of Africa Adam and Eve Girls of Italy Girls at the Corn exchange,
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