|Year of creation||2023|
|Dimensions||92 W × 92 H × 3 D cm|
|Type of art||painting|
|Type of packaging||art tube|
No matter what life throws at you to discourage or change your good personality, or changing the reflections people see on your Face or identity, one should try to look beyond and ahead of them show a greater and positive impact and always keep on continue in the same good personality, there will always be great reward ahead. Everyone's disappointment in life always contributes to your journey to success.
Ayegbayo Damola was born in 1988 in Ejigbo, Osun State, Nigeria. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Obafemi Awolowo University, from the Department of Fine and Applied Arts. Ayegbayo is the founder of ‘Victor Arts Enterprise’ and has over the years researched the use of media like postal colors, oil colors, acrylics, and other mediums. He was inspired by his late grandfather who was a Painter, Sculptor, and ceramist from a tender age. He is a Visual Artist with a demonstrated history of working in the arts and crafts industry, Skilled in Paintings and Drawings. Ayegbayo is Nigerian youngest largest Art Collector with an estimate of 1000 works of painting and visual arts. His works are in the collections of organisations such as KPMG, Super Sports TV, Standard Chartered Bank among others.The artist painting has been exhibited nationally, in the United Kingdom and United States. Also, his works have been acquired by private collectors like Jimmy Akingbola, Marcus Gardley,Jean-Michel Basquiat sister Lisane basquiat etc and auctions by online art houses such as Liveauctioneers, Bidhaus and Jasper52. Harper Collins Publishers LLC USA featured his painting “unconditional love series 2” as a book cover title 'Relations an anthology of African and Diaspora voices' and a book written by Abayomi Mighty title Art is life. Ayegbayo arts has been featured in Non-fungible token (NFT) international projects as the only African artist in the world of women Nft project , Wayfair, Target, and Vincent van Gogh Nft project in partnership with Saatchi Art His works convey the power of the beauty of black African women, the reality of life, and morals through color and black beautiful women’s faces. The name of his painting style is called ÀBÈFÉ meaning (pleaded to be loved) which is his native name