Otanjele, 2014, Acrylic on Canvas 72 x 48 inches

Otanjele, 2014, Acrylic on Canvas 72 x 48 inches

Call of Duty

Call of Duty

2014. Acrylic. 48 x 36 inches

Clerestory In place of perfection

Clerestory In place of perfection

2014. Acrylic. 48 x 36 inches

Clerestory-Light meatters

Clerestory-Light meatters

2014. Acrylic. 48 x 36 inches

Delgates at the Igu-Aro in Enugwu-Ukwu 2014

Delgates at the Igu-Aro in Enugwu-Ukwu 2014

Acrylic. 48 x 36 inches

Flight of a bright new day. 2014

Flight of a bright new day. 2014

Acrylic. 48 x 60 inches

In the Midst of Agbala Nze. 2014

In the Midst of Agbala Nze. 2014

Acrylic. 48 x 36 inches

Isi Anyanwu. 2014

Isi Anyanwu. 2014

Acrylic. 48 x 36 inches

League of Plenipotentiaries. 2014.

League of Plenipotentiaries. 2014.

Acrylic. 72 x 72 inches

Memories of Homelamd. 2014.

Memories of Homelamd. 2014.

Acrylic. 48 x 36 inches

Yesterday. All my Troubles seem so far away. 2014

Yesterday. All my Troubles seem so far away. 2014

Acrylic. 72 x 48 x 36 inches

Custodians of the promise. 2014.

Custodians of the promise. 2014.

Acrylic. 72 x 48 inches

Reverie - The Ecstasy on Vision

Reverie - The Ecstasy on Vision

Acrylic on Canvas, 72 x 48 inches

Veteran Wearing Garlands of Experience, 2014, Acrylic on Canvas, 48 x 36 inches

Veteran Wearing Garlands of Experience, 2014, Acrylic on Canvas, 48 x 36 inches

Young Blood Regarding The Street of Anarchy, 2014

Young Blood Regarding The Street of Anarchy, 2014

Acrylic on Canvas, 48 x 36 inches

Electronic Connections, 2014,

Electronic Connections, 2014,

Acrylic on canvas

Headload, 2014

Headload, 2014

Acrylic on Canvas, 36 x 48 inches

Indexing A Begotten, 2014

Indexing A Begotten, 2014

Acrylic on Canvas, 48 x 36 inches

  • Homeland Memories
  • Oneyma Offoedu-Okeke

  • June 23 - August 30, 2014

  • Temple Muse


  • As Nigerians celebrate 100 years of nationhood since Lord Lugard joined the southern and northern protectorates in 1914, Onyema Offoedu-Okeke’s exhibition, Homeland Memories, reminds us of the importance of reviving our forgotten artistic and cultural heritage. Offoedu-Okeke’s work taps into our “myths, religions, folklores, science, and art through imagination” to provide an important cultural platform and context – the missing starting blocks needed to progress as a nation and continent.

    In Homeland Memories, we encounter an artist whose subjects and interpretations are both steeped in local tradition while tapping into global themes; his works are infused with rich symbols which reflect African cosmology and identity.