Art to me is LIFE, its an expression of feelings. My art relates with personal stories, individual stories, my subconscious, law and societal drama. I feel the need to connect each time I draw, and I also feel the need to draw each time I feel. My art speaks my emotions especially that which I can’t express through any other means. I make scribble arts cause of my love for lines and the feeling I get while at it. It’s a style created from the term ‘jaga jaga’ rubbish.
Scribbling to me started as a result of frustration, while patterns was to calm me down, although in different ways. Each stroke bleeds emotions, good or bad and I love that I can express myself well via merging lines and dots.
Olarinde Olayemi Ayanfeoluwa is an indigene of Ikirun, Osun State. Last child of her mother. She is a Microbiology student in the University of Lagos. A fashion enthusiast, music lover and has great passion for Art. She is a self taught artist who makes different kinds of art, like portraiture, abstract art, photography and sculpture with different mediums, such as; pencil, pen, acrylic, water color and even digital means. She specializes in scribble art and patterns cause of her unending love for lines and points.
Asides art, she’s got great skills in marketing and communication.
Being a philanthropist, she started an initiative in the year 2016 call ‘Charity with Art’ which happens annually and focuses on empowering the young with the skill of art.
Her art is known to be an expression of her feelings with the intent to connect to people and also inspire people.