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Bayo Iribhogbe
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A colorful and eye catching shower curtain featuring the artwork of Nigerian artisan Bayo Iribhogbe. This curtain is full of bright colors and depicts a group of African dancing during an event. His impressionist techniques make for a truly beautiful and intricate shower curtain for your home.

The shower curtain is made out of 100% polyester, has 12 holes at the top and measures 71x74 inches. 

$67.99

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Description

A colorful and eye catching shower curtain featuring the artwork of Nigerian artisan Bayo Iribhogbe. This curtain is full of bright colors and depicts a group of African dancing during an event. His impressionist techniques make for a truly beautiful and intricate shower curtain for your home.

The shower curtain is made out of 100% polyester, has 12 holes at the top and measures 71x74 inches. 

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Height 71 inches
Length 74 inches
Medium Polyester
Signed Unsigned
SKU iribhogbe-curtain-dance
Year Released 2017
Bayo Iribhogbe
Always accompanied with my native music, I paint about us, from our weaknesses to our fortitudes and vice versa. I feel the same spirit that drives us into what we go through everday. Every piece I produce has that human touch that keeps the viewer engaged (The more you look, the more you see.) Today, I do not need to draw or sketch to establish an idea; I could literally see images dangling before my eyes. When my emotions are expressed that way, I feel a fresh shower of relief. I am a colorcentric painter. I respond to my mood naturally. While complimenting my thought process with background music, I could start with any color hue and go from there. The palette knife has become an indispensable tool in my repertoire I could mash with it, press with it, trace with it, pin with it, cut with it, wedge with it, slice with it and embellish with it to satisfy my creative instinct. To a large extent, the palette knife enhances may ability to apply color with such spontaneity and honesty. So the viewer is drawn into my work by the way I juxtapose colors and subconsciously create angles for various interpretations. That is made possible because what I am expressing is humanistic, personal and spontaneous. For now, I am sticking with the artist in me and, hopefully, the world will appreciate me for the difference.
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