Art exhibition like music in the ears of those who love art, enables all to experience the beauty of creative works. This offers one the opportunity to respond, talk about, enjoy, like or dislike and connect with creative minds.
For an artist to have his/her work included in an exhibition is an opportunity to share their creative exploration or expression. As a new generation of art Renaissance, Oyetakinart Team recently demonstrated its commitment to bringing the young generation of art enthusiasts together to promote, preserve and see culture as a channel through which mankind can share in the peace that nature has offered. Art truly makes a difference in the world, especially in the midst of national collective concern about the economy, security, health, corruption, unemployment, child abuse and global warming. It is from this experience that the engine of OyetakinArt Team is fuelled and propelled to organise the Ajegunle Art Exhibition 3:0 tagged: The Big Picture.
Organised in partnership with Ajeromi Ifelodun Sports Council, the exhibition, hosted by Appiah Imene and held recently at Ajeromi Ifelodun Local Government Secretariat, Lagos, featured paintings, drawings, sculptures, craft works, drama, music, poetry and other creative activities.
The team used the medium to celebrate a veteran Nollywood actor, Adebayo Taylor, who lives in the city of Ajegunle, Lagos State. The first day of the exhibition was attended by schools and some art lovers and collectors, while those in attendance on the second day of the exhibition included some veteran actors and actresses and other personalities within and outside Ajegunle. It was really a top notch event as series of events and performances were carried out.