Myself and I III

John Ayobamidele


Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 75 W x 105 H cm / 30 W x 41 H in

Ships in a tube 

About The Artwork

Originally created: 2022
Subject: Men
Materials: Canva
Medium: Acrylic
Styles: Expressionism, Portraiture, Impressionism and Figurative.

Details & Dimensions

Painting: Acrylic on Canvas
Original: One-of-a-kind Artwork
Size: 75 W x 105 H cm
Frame: Not Framed
Ready to Hang: Not applicable
Packaging: Ships in a tube

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"Myself and I, we are one but our paths have been different.
I am who I've become, me is who I was then.
Our journey is shared but our views are not the same.
My experiences have changed, my outlook has been reframed.
We are bound by time but we're moving at our own pace.
I look to the future, me looks to the past's embrace."

"I cannot erase the chapters of my past, but each day brings a chance to create my own cast.
Me can't change the story that led me to this place,
But I can choose the ending and set my own pace.
So onward I go with dreams in my heart,
Me may fade from view,
But I've just found my start."

John Ayobamidele


John Ayobamidele

In 2014, John pursued formal education in Fine Art at the prestigious Yaba College of Technology, School of Arts, Design & Printing. During his studies, he held his first major exhibition at the University of Lagos, J.P. Clark Gallery, in 2016, showcasing his artwork titled "The Motherhood." He participated in a group exhibition in 2017 with his piece "Who is Next" at the Yusuf Grillo Gallery, Yaba College of Technology, and exhibited at Eko Art Expo (Lagos @50) at Eko Hotel Lagos, Nigeria, the same year. In 2021, he exhibited at Channel Arthouse Foundation in Lagos alongside other galleries.

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