Gods Mails on Faith Street. Drawing - Efe Okorodudu
Gods Mails on Faith Street. Drawing - Efe Okorodudu
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Gods Mails on Faith Street.

Efe OkoroduduUnited Kingdom
Original drawing, 69×74 cm, 2023
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Characteristics of the Drawing “Gods Mails on Faith Street.”

Year of creation2023
Dimensions69 W × 74 H × 0.3 D   cm
Type of artdrawing
Stylecontemporary art
Materialscharcoal, paper
Type of packagingcardboard box

Description of the Artwork “Gods Mails on Faith Street.”

God mails on faith street on charcoal, is a drawing that explores the intersection of faith and everyday life struggle. You have to have faith within yourself, through my art. I aim to capture the beauty and complexity of the human experience of faith, and the ways in which faith can shape and inform one life experience. The drawing is a reflection of my own spiritual journey and a testament to the power of faith, my hope is that the artwork will invite viewers to reflect on their own beliefs and experiences and to find meaning and connection in the world around them.

About the artist
Efe Okorodudu

Efe Okorodudu, United Kingdom

I am a self-taught artist and I was born in Nigeria, delta state and grew up in the city of Benin city and being surrounded by traditional artists (sculpting, carving, drawing, painting and architecture design, my love for multimedia art, rural and urban art started from a young age. In my late teens I began drawing and painting watercolour, and with its unforgiving nature allowed me to forge a love, respect and passion for contemporary art. In 2005, I gained admission into the University of Delta state to study education and policy of art. This was a crucial stepping stone for me and confirmed my desire to be an art teacher and to share my passion for painting and drawing with the wider audience. With the university strike, I couldn’t finish studying to be an art educator and in 2011 I relocated to England where I still live and work today. In 2008 I held my first solo exhibition in Benin City, by kind invitation of the Oba of Benin. It was indeed an honour to have the work recognised at that level, and so has cemented my desire to hold more international exhibition shows in the uk and other countries also. I continue to create new work, style and collections of various subjects of art from my studio, with a view of exhibiting and sharing the work that I produce. Through my paintings, drawings and sculpture, I hope to evoke real emotion, but most of all to let the viewer enjoy the art as much as I enjoy making it.

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