PHOTOS: Infinite Treasures Art Exhibition Opens at Terra Kulture Lagos

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Terra Kulture Lagos is playing host to different artists and their magnificent works from October 24th through to the 30th , 2015 dubbed Infinite Treasure Art Exhibition.

As the name implies, Infinite Treasures Art Exhibition is a breathtaking display of artworks from different art geniuses. Artists at the exhibition include: Ruben Ugbine,Tayo Quaye,Abiodun Olaku,Bunmi Babatunde,Sam Ovraiti,Edosa Ogiugo,Duke Asidere,Alex Nwokolo,Segun Adejumo,Odogwu Eze Fidelis,and Diseye Tantua,and the guest artist for the exhibition is none other than the Master Artist himself in the person of  Kolade Oshinowo who  was on ground over the weekend to give support to the pool of amazing artworks on display. The varieties on exhibition were: Sculptures, Paintings, Drawings, Abstract Paintings among other things riveting creative hand works.

The therapeutic effects of sublime artworks were evident on people who came for the exhibition as their countenances shone with satisfaction including the kids who weren’t left out of the fun at the Exhibition room of the Terra Kulture Art Gallery.

The exhibition is still on till October 30th 2015. Give yourself that fulfilling treat and visit the Infinite Treasures Art Exhibition. You will be glad you did.

See Pictures from the Opening Below:

PHOTOS: Infinite Treasures Art Exhibition Opens at Terra Kulture Lagos

Acrylic on wood panel “Love” by Diseye Tantua

PHOTOS: Infinite Treasures Art Exhibition Opens at Terra Kulture Lagos

Oil on Canvas, “Study from Life I” by Edosa Ogiugo

PHOTOS: Infinite Treasures Art Exhibition Opens at Terra Kulture Lagos

Water Colour on 640 gramms Artist Watercolour Paper “Turquoise Treat” by Olusegun Adejumo

PHOTOS: Infinite Treasures Art Exhibition Opens at Terra Kulture Lagos

Welded Metal “Madam Kofo” by Odogwu Eze Fidelis

PHOTOS: Infinite Treasures Art Exhibition Opens at Terra Kulture Lagos

 

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