We all have a bond. My artist lens is one of a focused bystander experiencing my reality while observing the world around me. That world could be my local community, my country Nigeria where in the past years and to date I have had so many experiences with different people in it. Wherever I am, I always feel the need to talk, investigate and perceive the people around me. I accept the significant roles of ethnographer and strategic visionary that we artists have played in society throughout history.
My art reflects on human experience and mentorship which is one of the ways I communicate with people. I reflect human-like and the belief of people with one connection or the other is very strong and with this, I have to be able to discover and reveal more about people, especially the black, and our purpose as a living soul either for good or the opposite.
My name is Fasalejo Tobiloba Moses, a Nigerian visual artist. Born on the 17th of January 2000, A native of Ondo state. Lived a better part of my life in the ancient city of Ondo where I was brought up. Presently studying at Adeyemi federal university of Education Ondo, Ondo State. Through the medium I use in creating my work, I’ve been able to exhibit at the Lasgidi cultural Arts festival of colors and as well as life in my city art festival and was opportune to be one of the top 100 artists across the country.
Art started as a passion for me right from childhood. Being a disciplined artist, I create speculative works that expose black identity. I have kept exploring different mediums such as painting and drawing techniques, which is one of the mediums I used in creating works in the past years. At present, I’m digging deeper into the use of textured canvas and acrylic for painting, collage, and mixed media. Nevertheless, my thematic disposition spans from concepts captured from the immediate environment which are sociocultural, psychological, and religious in nature.
Name of Artist: Fasalejo Tobiloba Moses.
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