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This is Oresegun Olumide, The African Painter Who is Inspired by Water

Oresegun Olumide is a talented painter who has shown himself by the quality of his works. He is compared, in his country to the greatest painters known to our contemporary society. The paintings he offers are masterpieces.

This young painter is from Nigeria. At 37, he has already forced the respect of the biggest names in his field. His works seem to communicate with the admirers who are more numerous. Once you look at his magnificent works, you are hypnotized.

His studies of Fine Arts, Olumide made them at the Yaba College of Technology in Lagos. He took a taste of the brushes very early, from an early age. Encouraged by his parents, Oresegun Olumide got all their support to continue his painting apprenticeship.

With the advent of social networks, Oresegun Olumide hopes to make itself known beyond the borders of Nigeria. The young painter regularly organizes exhibitions. They manage to sell some of his works 1000 dollars

It must be said that this talented artist has a style of his own. Specialist in oil painting, its originality comes from the fact that the theme of water is found quite frequently in his creations. To give a little more life to his paintings, he is inspired by his environment and everyday life.

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On her works, we can see young children taking a bath, or girls washing their hair, people using water, in their daily lives.

Oresegun Olumide is an innovative painter, he manages to create breathtaking creations inspired by trivial facts. We wish him good luck!

Water is a recurring theme in the art of Oresegun Olumide, because according to a popular saying in his Yoruba native tongue,  “water has no enemy,” says the artist.

The use of water gives a translucent effect, he says, which is  why it is difficult for many people to do it, adds the young painter.

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