| Evanson Kangethe - A Sea of People |

| Antony Mega - Natural Mystic |

Evanson Kangethe
Cityscape with Billboard, Ink on Paper, 64.5 x 50 cm, 2014
Evanson Kangethe was born in 1961 in Ngecha, Kiambu county.
He started his artistic art journey as a self-taught artist, but received from 1984 to 1985 private art lessons from Prof. Mayienga, a lecturer at the Department of Design at Nairobi University.

Evanson Kangethe is a multi-talented artist, his art works cover a wide range from oil and pastel painting, smoke art, a variety of print techniques, graphic ink drawings on paper and canvas and sculpting.

In the current exhibition, Evanson, the narrative and observational drawer depicts with bold ink strokes the hectic and busy city life in the congested Nairobian Commercial Business District.

Antony Mega Ng’an’ga
Untitled, Ink on Paper, 96.5 x 64cm, 2023
Antony Mege Ng’an’ga was born in 1993. He was brought up in Nairobi.

“As a kid I always had a piece of paper and a pen and was scribbling and doodling for fun. I became fascinated by this as, most of the time, I had no idea what this scribbling would lead to. On occasions, I was even surprised to see what ‘artwork’ I had created with my scribbling and doodling. This became eventually my passion, as it was something I had not seen before”

After finishing Secondary School he enrolled in the Buru Buru Institute of Fine Arts and graduated with a Diploma in Fine Arts in 2015.

In 2016 he was awarded the first price in the Manjano Art Competition in Nairobi for upcoming artists.

Antony’s artworks are meticulously and painstakingly executed and have gradually developed from the ‘scribbling and doodling’ culture into mature and fascinating artworks.
He draws delicate lines, ink on white paper and his exceptional pen brings the viewer to notice incredible details of a mystic almost surreal nature.

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