My work as a visual artist is a bit personalized. The reflection of my innermost feelings, thoughts, fears, and struggles. Art for me is a means of exposing and addressing deep issues of life. I let my muses tread the chaotic journey of life before eventually leading them on the path of hope, victory, redemption, and fulfillment. With a belief that my life as an artist is a call-in service of humanity. I seek to create therapeutic art that doesn’t only show the beauty in imperfection but also reaches out to heal broken hearts. Drawing inspiration from ancient stories to create an art piece that speaks directly to the mind and breathes life into a world full of hopelessness.
I have portfolios of work that may vary in their visual appearance, yet the underlying ideas are the same. My body of work includes drawing and painting in which I employ the use of mixed media process to conjure realism on canvas or paper. People might wonder why my muses are generally portrayed in tatters. The ideology behind this is to demonstrate the harsh realities of life, and also recognize the oppressed around the world. It serves as a beacon. Reminding the afflicted that no matter how dark it gets, there is always light at the end of the tunnel.
Mayowa Adekile isn’t just a talented and passionate artist but a young revolutionary, shaping positive minds through his artistic expression. This is a man drawn to art at a tender age through the bliss of watching his elder brother draw. His excitement for art forges into an intoxicating passion which drove him to study the methodologies and intricacies of art at a local studio. Despite rigorously studying at the University to become a mathematician. The young artist nurtured his passion for art until it blooms into a lucrative career.