Metal scrap, wood , Fiberglass , bronze, Acrylic
The Silos at Sawyer Yards
OLUSEYI OLUSEGUN SOYEGE
1502 Sawyer Street Houston, TX. 770072 | 281-760-7679| firstname.lastname@example.org|
With series of successful exhibitions, Oluseyi Soyege is a professional artist.
He focuses on the sensual nature of art, aiming to depict color, texture and
symbolism. His works has been housed in institutions such as Museum of Art and several
solos. His work has been cited at hotels, schools, cinema and individual homes.
Oluseyi Olusegun SOYEGE is a graduate of Yaba College of Technology. Lagos, Nigeria. He
started producing sculpted works of art and painting as a student where he joined some
his lecturers to create many art works. He also taught in high school, where he took up
teaching job and runs an art studio.
My work explores the relationship between synesthesia, most of abstract and scrap
materials. Also, it frequently includes dynamic, sweeping brushstrokes of acrylic paint or
black ink on canvas that characterize much of my art. It’s often noted that my paintings/
sculpted works convey a controlled but dynamic sense of movement. New synergies are
generated from both traditional and modern structures. Mistakes or accidents often turn
out to be fortuitous and usually remain.
Ever since as a teenager, I have been fascinated by unrelenting divergence of the human
condition. What starts out as hope soon becomes finessed hegemony of power, leaving
only a sense of chaos and the possibility of a real world .
As shimmering forms become frozen through boundaries and repetitive practice, the
viewer is left with an epitaph for the edges of our condition