Quiet Time I Lasisi Babatunde - Afrikanizm

Quiet Time I

Lasisi Babatunde


Painting, Mixed Media on Canvas

Size: 91 W x 122 H cm / 36 W x 48 H in

Ships in a tube 

About The Artwork

Originally created: 2023
Subject: People
Material: Canvas
Medium: Acrylic and Charcoal
Styles: Surrealism, Figurative

Details & Dimensions

Painting: Acrylic and Charcoal on Canvas
Original: One-of-a-kind Artwork
Size: 91 W x 122 H cm
Frame: Not Framed
Ready to Hang: Not applicable
Packaging: Ships in a tube

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Ships From: Nigeria

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Some people's lives seem quiet on the outside but they are quite noisy on the inside while some people's lives are busy on the outside but they have quietness within. In quietness, we find inner peace but when the inside is noisy, life becomes chaotic. To lessen the inner noises, we can develop self-awareness and stillness. It is easier to grow in solitude as it helps us to become calm, happier and less troubled. It gives inner peace, clear thinking, as it inspires fresh and interesting ideas and even helps to build healthy relationships. We all need quiet times.

Lasisi Babatunde


Lasisi Babatunde

Lasisi Babatunde Damilare is a talented Nigerian visual artist, born in 1994, who is based in Lagos. After completing his studies at Yaba College of Technology, Lasisi has developed an artistic practice that focuses on the fusion of various materials, which serves as a tool for social commentary. He uses his artwork to address various issues in his environment and the society at large, as well as his personal reality, which he reimagines and recreates with the merger of different materials such as charcoal, coffee, newspaper, and pigment to create these explorations through the use of unconventional forms and textures.

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