Some people travel often and like to collect postcards as memorabilia of places visited or, if they are into the arts, they visit exhibitions where postcards of the works available for purchase. Meanwhile, there are others who love the idea of collecting post cards but don’t because they believe that they’ll eventually litter their space.
Are you curious about what some art lovers are adding to their personal art collections? There is a likelihood that your tastes and preferences may be quite different. However, looking at what’s gaining interest, may just give you insights to what and who is thriving in the art market and possibly, help you identify and explore a new set of artists.
Here are some of our top selling artists for the month of August.
Amarachi Kelechi Odimba has a vibrant personality which guides her artistic expressions. Bold colours, large brush strokes, colour drips and layering are techniques synonymous with her creations.
Born in Aba, Abia State in 1985, creativity has always been a part of her life. Drawing references from books in her home library, she would scribble on the walls of her home with art materials provided by her parents. At the time, it was her best means of expression for a while.
Sculpture is an artistic form made by one of four basic processes – carving, casting, modelling and constructing to yield a three-dimensional art piece.
The history of sculpture dates as far back as prehistoric art. Believed to be one of the earliest forms of art, sculpture has played many roles including immortalization, decoration and religious purposes, as a means for man to feel closer to a supreme being and even till date, sculpture fulfils a monumental purpose.