Age: 45
Hometown: Lagos
Accepts Commissions: Yes
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Number of Visits: 5115

Background and Lifestyle

Marital Status Single
Smoker No
Drinker No
Education College graduate
Children Someday

Interests and Personality

BiographySola was born in the city of Lagos. studied at the college of Technology after a six year training at the center for cultural studies, creative Art department, University of Lagos. Worked for a couple of years as a graphic artist, Jazz Band manager. I love to meet people with like minds and also play the saxophone to release some steam. participated in a couple of Jazz festivals in Ghana and Nigeria. Over the years, I developed so much passion for and joined in the campaign against the abuse of the right of the under-privilegde youth. after a brief visit to Johanessburg in 2004, I decided to put a workshop together to educate & empower street kids. love working with children, paint with most mediums but love acrylic & oil.
InterestsCapentry,listening to Nature
MusicJazz, Jazz and more Jazz
Televisionsometimes can be a distraction
Booksreligious, romance
Heroesmy Folks

Recently Added Friends

Recent messages left for this artist


Heh Claro, Been remiss and not visiting MAP too often these days. So much has been happening over the last 2 years including several moves and exhibitions. Next week have one to raise awareness of the plight of moon bears in bear bile farms in Asia. Big do and really living my passion to have my work help stop the suffering of wildlife at the hands of humans. So what about you? Where are you these day? and how is life and art? Your imagery still amazes me. There have been a series of TV documentaries here recently about Lagos. Scary and very interesting. Stay in touch. Thank you for thinking of me! "seeya mate"...b.


"It brightens up our day and twinkles the night away. An artwork like this is as welcome as the spring breeze of May." -Monstec

anjana ( Deleted user )

wow your work is beautiful, i like your use of colores


thanks fer the friends add,ya do some really nice work


Fantatic work, really deep and powerful images.


Hi Claro, Just been thinking bout you and y goes? I hop you are hap[py and energetically creative...your work is always an total inspiration but you know that often to I have to say it!? Wishing you well..many blessings and peace to you...would luv to know what you are working on at the smiles from sunny downunder! xx b.


thanks everybody,I consider it a great privilege to be here with you guys.God bless !!!


best wishes g

Duffyart ( Deleted user )



Luv what your are doing my friend! many blessings!! peace




Love your work, it has such pathos in it. Margaret, Artist at Work,


yes "I".. you feel what i do.. blessings.. right now i am working in the prison system with kids to paint a mural.. i work for the philadelphia mural arts program here in philly.. check it out... peace...


hello my brother.. i have never seen the flag of nigiera before.. even though i have had a connection thru music and art for decades.. i would have never seen it as green with white strip:).. i live in phila,, u.s. and will be working soon with nigerian artist twin seven seven.. it will be an honor for me as i love his work.. i find your work also inspiring.. i love the colors and subject matter... i also work with kids in schools and also prisons.. welcome to this wonderful site.. peace and blessings.. parris


Love the beautiful colors in your art. Great work! Claude

CreateReality ( Deleted user )

Hi! Listen, I have about 6 months to prepare for my first solo show, and I was hoping you could assist me. I will need to have at least 30 paintings to display. If you could, with as much honesty as possible, please name 2 of my completed pieces that you feel I should definitely show. Also, please share 3 things with me, based on my current work, (remember be honest), that you would recommend to me for improving my art in general. I am fine if you post this on my public board because it may be interesting to others. The feedback from other artist on this website is very valuable to me. Thanks! ~Marianne


Post Nature please


Her fathr is a big time sue you lawyer


People have noe clue as to the thrird world. I know tribalism gives sense of identity. But identety should more ar a national sense. I hit a woman for the first time about a year ago, slapped he, she was talking to a friend of mine and was going on about haw people were startving in Gambia. I said,of the cuff, I'm glad you have a clue. And she halled off anc coldcocked me. Aiming for my nose but i turned my head in time and she coought my ear. Slapped her out of reflex and to keep her from throwing another blow. Freek me out have never hit a woman before. DId not like it