Posts tagged ‘omosh kindeh’

Exhibition: Collabo Pap! Feat. Five Drops of Nairobi’s Finest Cream, Jul. 23-30 2014 @ Village Market

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Dates: July 23rd – July 30th 2014
Venue: At the Village Market

Exhibiting artists: Patrick Kinuthia, Yassir Ali, Sam Njuguna, Omosh Kindeh and Adrian Nduma

RSVP : Art Scout +254 722 457 111 / william@thelittleartgallery.co.ke

July 26, 2014 at 2:36 pm Leave a comment

Pop Art Party: Absolut Art, Aug. 17 2013 @ Kuona Trust

Absolut Poster
Six of Nairobi’s most talented artists are going to display their skills to the general public by using the Absolut bottle as a canvas, a concept that has been executed all over the world with amazing results.

Date: August 17, 2013
Venue: Kuona Trust
Time: 3-9 pm
Entrance*: Kshs 200

Absolute Artists: Paul Onditi, Omosh Kindeh, Dickson Kaloki, Beth Kimwale, Uhuru B & Sidney Mang’ong’o

* Entrance fee is a direct contribution to artwork for Pumwani Hospital

August 14, 2013 at 12:40 pm 1 comment

Private Art Show: Sculptures and Sculptors, Dec. 1-2 2012 @ the Little Art Gallery


The Little Art Gallery presents a private art show … a weekend of art with friends;

Dates: December 1-2, 2012
Venue: Mechtild and Will’s residence, (St Michaels Rd, off Waiyaki Way – Opp. Safaricom Hse.
Time: 11am – 6 pm
RSVP: William 0722 457 111, e-mail – William@thelittleartgallery.co.ke or Mechtild 0737 184 451, e-mail – mechtild@xs4all.n

A selection of fine sculptors including Bertiers, Morris Foit, Irene Wanjiru, Harrison Mburu, Omosh Kindeh, Anthony Wanjau, Peter Walala, Ken Mwingi, Dickens Otieno, Michael Soi, Kepha Musoti and Dennis Muraguri.

On Sunday 2nd, enjoy a glass of wine and the artists’ company as you contemplate their artworks. A few paintings will also be on show.

November 23, 2012 at 10:29 am Leave a comment

Exhibition: Works by Omosh Kindeh, Wilson Mwangi & John Silver, Jul. 7-Aug. 5 2012 @ Le Rustique


Dates: July 7- August 5, 2012
Venue: Le Rustique

Works by: Omosh Kindeh, Wilson Mwangi and John Silver

About
Omosh Kindeh is 31 years old. He lives in Nairobi and works as a sculptor and painter. The work on view at Le Rustique is part of his most recent paintings.His source of inspiration purely comes from the society, his habitat and Nairobi, depicting human variations, their nature and behaviors. He particularly like the sense of aesthetics that comes from particular buildings, their lines and angles which are very often broken by the curves of human bodies in an attempt to express the thin line between our habitat and our identity

Wilson Mwangi was born in Nairobi in 1976 and attended Muhoro Sec School for the Deaf (NYERI) in which he passed his national examination. His sense of composition made of clear cut lines combined with contrasted colors make each of Wilson’s painting look like a jigsaw puzzle where the imbrications of animals, landscapes, symbols play a special role to make each work coherent despite the number of elements.

John Silver is a self taught artist. His woodcuts prints have found their way to several institutions, among others the Victoria and Albert Collection in London. John’s prints have a dream-like quality, full of colour, texture and fantasy.

July 9, 2012 at 4:31 pm Leave a comment

Art Exhibit: Omosh Kindeh & Wilson Mwangi, Feb 11 – Mar 3 2010 @ Le Rustique

Omosh Kindeh is 29 years old. He lives in Nairobi and works as a sculptor and painter
His source of inspiration purely comes from the society, his habitat and Nairobi, depicting human variations, their nature and behaviors. He particularly like the sense of aesthetics that comes from particular buildings, their lines and angles which are very often broken by the curves of human bodies in an attempt to express the thin line between our habitat and our identity .

Wilson Mwangi was born in Nairobi in 1976 and attended Muhoro Sec School for the Deaf (NYERI)
His sense of composition made of clear cut lines combined with contrasted colors make each of Wilson’s painting look like a jigsaw puzzle where the imbrications of animals, landscapes, symbols play a special role to make each work coherent despite the number of elements.

Next exhibition will show Xavier Verhoest’s recent works with an opening on Friday the 5th of March.

February 11, 2010 at 3:02 am 1 comment


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