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Suku Drawing

Clara Aden

Nigeria

Drawing, Charcoal on Canvas

Size: 16.1 W x 20.1 H x 0.4 D in

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This is one of my fading culture and traditions series. Suku is a popular hairstyle in my country. There is a need for documentation of these hairstyle for the future reference.

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Drawing:Charcoal on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:16.1 W x 20.1 H x 0.4 D in

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Elizabeth Omolara Adenugba also known as Clara Aden is a professional studio artist, an illustrator, story board and urban artist. She has been illustrating professionally since 1999 and eventually earned her spot as Assistant Production Manager and Art illustrator, Hearts magazine. She attended Federal Technical College Yaba. She is one of the representatives of the Alumni of Hamazon ACADEMIA at the German Green Me Global film festival 2016, with the experimental short film titled "Ripple" which celebrates the theme of the festival "Ocean, Water and Life." Clara Aden is the Vice President of Female Artists Association of Nigeria (FEAAN), President, Beyond borders Artists Association of Nigeria (BBAAN) She has won awards in several competitions, including at the 1999 UNFPA International poster contest (third place), Art for Fela Anikulapo-kuti 2007, Olokun festival foundation art competition (2007) and was listed among the five best visual artists at National Patroit Portraiture and Immortalisation awards (2010). She is the winner of the Global Network Research development(GNRD) freedom of expression 2015 art competition in Norway. 2nd place winner Buddy bear design 2016 art competition organised by German Embassy Abuja. The winner, Gani Odutokun award for Excellence in Art contest 2016 by African Art Resources Center. The winner, Numatville Nigeria culture art competition 100 Top finalist Interpretation of the Union Bank Stallion art competition 2017 The winner, Numaville Nigerian art culture art competition 2018 2018. Beneficiary of the 2018 international artist in residency program organised by Omooba Yemisi Adedoyin Shyllon Art foundation(OYASAF) Finalist, 2020 the banality of evil in our daily lives project, Berlin, Germany. Seventh place winner, International Poster contest 2020 by Advocates for Silenced Turkey, New York. Second prize award 2020 ArtDex art competition New York USA. She collaborated on a project and workshop series "Opencity Lagos". A culmination of a year-long investigation of various interpretation of openness within the context of "mega city" of Lagos as well as number of cities across the globe. She recently coordinate a project,"Beyond prisons" a collections of workshops sessions with prison inmates in Ikoyi, learning artistic and social skills that will aid them in their life transition while incarnated upon release. She recently participated at Project Space Lagos project.

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