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Symphony of Hues | Shola Boluwatife | Painting

To every piece, be it art, music, or writing, there is a story, epically in its realm, holding together each fragment and formulating them into a whol


"Many stories matter. Stories have been used to dispossess and to malign. But stories can also be used to empower, and to humanize. Stories can break the dignity of a people. But stories can also repair that broken dignity.”Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Author.

To every piece, be it art, music, or writing, there is a story, epically in its realm, holding together each fragment and formulating them into a whole. It is the depth, the traverse into the minds of the authors, and the procreation of the ingenuities. As depicted by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, stories can break and repair, and their essence in every indelible piece cannot be overemphasized.

From this premise, a solitary piece of art titled "Symphony of Hues" was birthed by Shola Boluwatife, an oil-paint and pencil artist and a part of the avant-garde in the evolutionary realm of art. Depicting his artistry and experiences in storytelling, he describes the undivided attention to the subtlety or distinctiveness of the story in every project as the spirit of creative production that impacts the viewers, typically emphasizing Joe Lazauskas and Shane Snow's postulation that "good stories...make us think and feel. They stick in our minds and help us remember ideas and concepts."

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The piece, clearly contrived, describes the crude perception of every young woman in the society, their pride, and their existential clamour for a voice in society. As Sholanke succinctly describes, the artwork reflects the risks every young female encounters at their early stage. All over the world, millions of young women have experienced and been subjected to some form of violence, exploitation, and harmful practices, with rape being the most evidently reported. The subjection to such brutality and savagery has deprived them of momentary enjoyment of life necessaries and self-freedom in decision making.

In several of his works, Sholanke Boluwatife has explicitly extended the boundaries of art in his own way, drawing ideas from society. As a detail-oriented artist, he continually strives to improve his skills and broaden his creative horizons by gaining valuable experience. On many occasions, he has participated in art competitions such as the "Show Your Talent International Art Show" and "Online Complementary Art Close". He has also been featured in Paper Lantern Magazine.

Shola Boluwatife, Artist



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Symphony of Hues | Shola Boluwatife | Painting
To every piece, be it art, music, or writing, there is a story, epically in its realm, holding together each fragment and formulating them into a whol
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