Omo Onile

Omo Onile

Burnt wood panel, 60 x 98in, 2015

Black Gold, Fibre Glass

Black Gold, Fibre Glass

21 x 22in, 2016

Pincess (I)

Pincess (I)

Burnt wood panel, 44 x 60, 2015

Princess (II)

Princess (II)

Burnt Wood Panel, 46 x 60, 2015

The Key Factor

The Key Factor

Burnt wood panel, 48 x 84in, 2015

What

What

Ink on paper, 22 x 30cm, 2016

Where

Where

Ink on paper, 22 x 30cm, 2016

www.worldwithoutwar.com,

www.worldwithoutwar.com,

Burnt wood panel, 5ft 2 diameter, 2016

Child's Play

Child's Play

Burnt wood panel, 60 x 91, 2016

Google Map

Google Map

Recharge card collage on canvas, 30.5 x 30.5, 2014

Me, Burnt wood panel

Me, Burnt wood panel

55 x 72, 2016

Not alone

Not alone

Burnt wood panel, 72 x 89, 2015

Notin dey happen

Notin dey happen

Burnt wood panel, 48 x 77.5in, 2016

As simple as ABCD- A

As simple as ABCD- A

Burnt wood panel, 26 x 49 inches, 2014

As simple as ABCD- B

As simple as ABCD- B

Burnt wood panel, 26 x 29 inches, 2014

Four Seasons - C

Four Seasons - C

Burnt wood panel, 24 x 24 inches, 2015

Four Seasons - D

Four Seasons - D

Burnt wood panel, 24 x 24 inches, 2015

  • People’s Paradise
  • Gerald Chukwuma

  • March 30 - April 30, 2016

  • Temple Muse


  • Based on a theme of conflict resolution, People's Paradise is a visual narrative of the various constructs that result in social and economical upheaval, and how the Human Factor is the key to any progress.

    The theory of conflict resolution is one Gerald Chukwuma believes is essential in life, and even more crucial given Nigeria’s current social and economic climate.

    Chukwuma’s creative genius is not only technically impressive, but also rich in message and medium. His work is filled with intrinsic forms and symbols, which clearly express an African aesthetic, but point to universal truths that are understood by everyone.