I am inspired by my personal history and nature. I create series of works using symbols to express my feelings about my experience of the world and the universality of birth, growth, death and decay.

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David Adyaje for Africa. L’archistar britannica presenta a Londra Stool7, uno sgabello d’autore in vendita a favore dei giovani della Sierra Leone. Se ne parla in questa videointervista

    Un’iconica creazione di design per garantire un futuro migliore ai bambini della Sierra Leone: questa l’idea che ha ispirato Stool7, progettopresentato in anteprima al pubblico londinese ieri sera presso la galleria Debut di Notting Hill. Un evento che mette insieme arte, design e sostenibilità allo scopo di promuovere un cambiamento sociale, ideato daStandseven, piattaforma […]

STANDSEVEN ICONS FOR LIFE

  The Art of Inspired Living In conversation with Lucy Namayanja, she answers some of our questions on aspirations and inspiration. An emerging artist, Lucy’s work explores birth, life, growth, death and decay. Her work is personal and questioning, including exploring her life experiences from her childhood growing up in Uganda, to self-discovery through art […]

GROUP EXHIBITION AT BAR GALLERY, 9-AUG-2014

  “Gods divine intelligence” cunningly employs a classical aesthetic framework to invoke a perspective which seems visually to allude to Cimabue, Giotto etc: His (their?) divine intelligence being one of the great questions that theologians and artists took to in the late mediaeval / early Renaissance… And I like the way that the title has […]

The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, Giampietrino and Lucy Namayanja

  Leonardo da Vinci The Last Supper (Italian: Il Cenacolo or L’Ultima Cena) is a late 15th-century mural painting byLeonardo da Vinci in the refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan. It is one of the world’s most famous paintings, and one of the most studied, scrutinized, and satirized.[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Last_Supper_(Leonardo_da_Vinci)   1280px-Última_Cena_-_Da_Vinci_5   Gaimpietrino The Last Supper Ca. 1520, […]

TATE MODERN AND TATE BRITAIN BOTH CURRENTLY HAVE FRANCIS BACON PAINTINGS ON DISPLAY.

London’s Tate Modern and Tate Britain both currently have Francis Bacon paintings on display. You can find highlights of current Francis Bacon art exhibitions on our blog: http://bit.ly/1tSm6ps Image: Francis Bacon, ‘Seated Figure’, 1961, © The Estate of Francis Bacon / DACS London 2014. All rights reserved. Currently on display at the Tate Modern. Please note that all […]

LUCY NAMAYANAJA’S PORTRAIT BY CLARE NEWTON

  Clare set the World record for world’s longest photomontage – one kilometre in length – as a special project for the London Olympics 2012.  http://clarenewton4.wix.com/newton#!newton-biography/c66t Turmoil of life brings many stories, hardships and difficult situations to overcome. But from this life’s experience comes great wisdom – the convergence of reality into imagery like a […]

I AM PRIVILEGED TO BE FEATURED IN “VASTARI”, “ART AND POLITICS NEVER DISCONNECT” AUTHOR: MARTA OLSZEWSKA

    https://vastari.com/feature_detail.aspx?id=1cpGhb7UJ70%3D   What’s New Article Title: A Complex Tapestry: Contemporary Art from Sub Saharan Africa The vast geographical expanse of Africa offers endless sources of inspiration for the art world to absorb. Author: Marta Olszewska Category: Fine Art Marta Olszewska, London Africa is not a country. This statement seems obvious, but the term ‘African art’ is […]