Kenyan artist Samuel Njuguna joined Banana Hill Art Studio in 2004, where he interacted and was inspired by other artists such as Jeff Wambugu, Sebastian Kiarie and Joseph Cartoon. Since then he has participated in numerous art workshops and exhibitions world wide. Samuel’s work is mostly inspired by African beauty, especially land and seascapes. Culture and habits also play a big part in his creative work. His love for innovation in the art world has made him work more with mixed mediums, to create spontaneous colour hues and textures, resulting in elegant looks of lively and intensely amusing works of art.
“Painting is my language of expressing my appreciation, to life and nature and though silent, it authentically simplifies, reconstructs or reinvents more personalised statements about our world.”
Samuel’s work is on show at Talisman from the 10th of August.