Every piece of her artwork comes with an expression and a devotion to creating positive changes in the world. Olaosun Oluwapelumi finds herself spending days working on an artwork to connect deeply with her fuel system. She is inspired by life experience and everything that touches her feelings. Olaosun connects with people by making them feel vehemence in the story. She conveys messages on gender inequality problems, social issues, and African history among other issues connected to black people. The process of researching and working with different materials has brought her new challenges, and new ideals, which encourages her to continue creating multiple layers. Olaosun Oluwapelumi medium is acrylic and oil on canvas.
Olaosun Oluwapelumi is a self-taught Visual Artist, she graduated from Adekunle Ajasin University with a BSC in Geography and Planning Science. She hails from Osun State but currently living in Ibadan. Over the years she gradually taught herself how to master pencil and paint as a medium to express herself in her environment. She uses black skin because she believes that black is not just a color, but our existence. Some of her works come with a story that connects her viewers with her works emotionally.
Olaosun Oluwapelumi has exhibited in a group exhibition by at foundation at Lagos Nigeria in 2020 “we believe you” since then she has exhibited her works locally and internationally. Like:
- We Believe You’ visual Art Exhibition Lagos 2020.
- The little story exhibition at the Gallery by MUI 2021.
- The Working Artist magazine 2021.
- Woman speak out art exhibition at Chicago Urban Art Retreat Center & Women’s Residence 2020.
- Iconic Lagos 2022.
- Visual displace 2022.