Meet The Black Woman Promoting The African Culture With Her Beautiful Paintings

A young Nigerian artist, Adaeze Adinnu whose unique and exceptional artistic skills have earned her a place in the world of arts is using her artistic skills to promote and celebrate our heritage.

Adaeze’s passion for art started at a very young age.

Her grandfather, who was a wonderful and talented sculptor used always to have her by his side when doing his work.

“When I was young, my grandad was a huge inspiration to me. Back home in Nigeria, he would sculpt beautiful pottery from clay and sell it at local markets – and I just couldn’t keep away.

I always wanted to be involved, and get my hands dirty, and saw artistic inspiration everywhere I looked.

I still do to this day!” she recalled.Her paintings combine colourful vibrancy with 3D multimedia textures to create visually aesthetically appealing artworks which represent her heritage.

In 2018, she launched her brand, ‘Fabloz Artistry’ to showcase her breathtaking artwork to the world. As a Business Management graduate, she has been able to find a balance between Art and Business.

Adaeze credited her time in the university studying Business Administration, she is grateful that her degree program enables her to propel herself in her art business.

With local exhibitions of her artwork at the Northampton Museum and Abington Park Museum, the young and brilliant Nigerian has become a sensation.

Her harmonious, aesthetic, and cultured artwork were put on display at the Art Expo in Dallas, United States, last month.

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Africa Dreams

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