Gazing at the Stars
Gazing at the Stars
Solomon Omogboye is a Nigerian impressionist painter born in 1982. His artwork titled "Gazing at the Stars " captures the boy's sense of wonder and curiosity as he gazes up at the vast expanse of the night sky. It evokes a sense of dreams and possibilities, as if the boy is contemplating his place in the universe.
Omogboye has a broad artistic background, having studied art and industrial design at Lagos State Polytechnic and worked at the Lagos National Theatre. In 2007, he received the esteemed AADS Best Artist of the Year award for his exceptional talent. After teaching art for six years, he moved to South Africa in 2014 to continue his creative journey.
Omogboye's extensive body of work utilizes various media, including charcoal, pastel, acrylic, and oil on canvas, to convey his thoughts and ideas. His dynamic creations have been displayed in galleries in Lagos, Johannesburg, Franschhoek, and Théoule-sur-Mer, France. His distinct style is defined by vivid and energetic brushwork, and his playful depictions of human anatomy have earned him recognition both locally and internationally, cementing his position as one of Nigeria's foremost artists.
At the core of Omogboye's artistic philosophy is a belief in the inherent beauty of all aspects of existence. His work reflects the imperfections of life while fostering an appreciation for authenticity and the essence of being.
Solomon Omogboye is a gifted impressionist painter born in Lagos, Nigeria, in 1982. He studied art and industrial design at the Lagos State Polytechnic before starting work at the Lagos National Theatre. He won the AADS Best Artist of the Year award in 2007.
Omogboye worked as an art teacher for six years before moving to South Africa in 2014. "I've always been a prolific painter, encouraged by my mother, a teacher," he says. "My paintings reflect my thoughts, inspiration and ideas, using mainly charcoal, pastel, acrylic and oil on canvas.
Omogboye has exhibited his work in Lagos, Johannesburg, Franschhoek and in Théoule-sur-Mer, France. His bold, lively paintings, characterised by energetic, bold strokes and capturing playful expressions of human anatomy, have attracted local and international attention for many years, firmly settling him among Nigeria's leading artists.
"The beauty I see in every existence is my inspiration to paint," he says. "For me, painting is a practice of focusing intentions moment to moment – mirroring what life is really about."
This gifted and humble artist says he finds inspiration wherever he travels – and it's not always the obvious thing that catches his eye. "My paintings reflect what I continue to learn in life: that the only perfection is imperfection and the appreciation of what is."
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