A regular on the Talisman walls, Adrian Nduma has returned to the art scene with great acclaim. Having begun his artistic career in 2005, Nduma has made quite the impact. As well as concentrating on exhibitions, Adrian produces many commissions for a multitude of private collectors including members of government and you can see two of his most impressive larger pieces of art at the entrance of State House.
Nduma’s current exhibition features semi-abstract wildlife and landscapes in bold, colourful textures. “I’m using animals and nature to communicate the wild spirit I have been perceiving in the people and places around me. Although my work has elements of realism, the abstract will always prevail.” Nduma’s style is consistently evolving and his background in graphics allows him to portray a unique discipline in his composition, form, and colour.
Adrian’s work is on show at Talisman from the 16th of May for three weeks.