Posts tagged ‘Moses Nyawanda’

Exhibition: I Just Don’t Get It by Moses Nyawanda, Until Jun. 19 2014 @ Que Pasa Bar & Bistro

Husbands for Hire by Moses Nyawanda | Photo Moses Nyawanda

Husbands for Hire by Moses Nyawanda | Photo Moses Nyawanda


Art Exhibition by Moses Nyawanda

Dates: Until June 19 2014
Venue: Que Pasa

June 12, 2014 at 12:18 pm Leave a comment

Group Exhibition: Young and the Old, Until Aug. 25 2013 @ National Museum

Dates: Until August 25, 2013
Venue: Creativity Gallery, National Museum
Entry: Museums Rates Apply

Exhibiting Artists: Martin M Otieno, Benta Oguda, Billy Mutua, Tabitha Munyoki & Moses Nyawanda

July 31, 2013 at 11:41 am 2 comments

Evening Art Walk: Absolut Art Absolut Spirit, Dec. 6 2012 @ National Museum of Kenya

Absolute art Absolute Spirit
Date: December 6, 2012
Venue: National Museum of Kenya
Time: 6.30 pm

The National Museum of Kenya Permanent Art collection will be showcased to the public for the very first time

Exhibiting artists: Cartoon Joseph, Moses Nyawanda, Michael Dete, James Mutisya, Moses Muigai, Wilson Mwangi, Erick Wamagata, Oliver Okoth

Also get a chance to walk with artists through museum art galleries
Walk through the gallery
Complementary Absolut Vodka will be served

December 1, 2012 at 3:51 pm Leave a comment

Exhibition: Painting & Sculptures, May 5-31 2011 @ Alliance


The French Cultural Centre is showcasing paintings by Moses Nyawanda and Sculptures by Kepha Mosoti

Dates: May 5-31, 2011
Venue: Alliance Française ground floor gallery
Entrance: Free

Moses Nyawanda-Paintings
Moses Nyawanda shows his recent paintings inspired mainly from his personal lifestyle and experiences and influenced by the cubist style. He uses his art as a tool of remembering, recognizing and appreciating one’s history, as well as for keeping records for future use.

Kepha Mosoti-Sculptures
Kepha is a graduate of the Buru Buru Institute of Fine Arts. A multi-talented artist, Kepha prefers to concentrate on sculpting using mixed media. He is greatly inspired by African culture and women. He has recently been using mahogany wood to create hyper-realistic work that is quite mind boggling.

May 3, 2011 at 10:47 am Leave a comment


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