Wednesday, July 15, 2015


This is my deliberate attempt to move away from the traditional canvas to explore a different platform for my paintings. Then I found the mirror glass very interesting ground for my unique style of linear drawing/painting. The finished piece serves both the purposes of aesthetics and utility. Which means you can appreciate the art work as well check out yourself in the mirror. Everyone needs a mirror either at home or in the offices. I am presenting us all with the option of owning a mirror that is an art piece. 

This could be hung in our offices, conference rooms, hotels, even walls you least expect a mirror could be placed, because the intention wouldn’t just be about looking at a mirror, it will be an art piece that appeals to all. I also make portraits on mirror glass; imagine what it will feel like to have your picture painted on a mirror glass. The experience will be inexplicable being able to see yourself in the mirror and a picture of you at the same time. 

This piece of Art can be given as an award (to serve as plaques), to celebrate heroes in our lives, organizations or communities.

 mirror painting of Prof. Wole Soyinka

 Olu and Alhaji Teju Kareem posting with mirror painting of Prof. Wole Soyinka
Governor Amosun on the mirror glass

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