Price: NLe 14,815
View from Tengeh
Meaning of the painting: This painting depicts a city landscape taken from a window in Tengbeh Town. Also on the painting are two kids, one with a homemade kite & another on a bicycle.
Sierra Leone kids are great at making toys with found objects & with limited resources & play with them along with friends happily in their neighborhoods. Also taking turns riding bicycles
until the wheels come off on some occassions.
Size of the Painting: 16.5 In by 11.7 in
Material Used: Digital
Felix Rhodes is a Sierra Leonean based graphic designer, illustrator, painter & sculptor. He is well known for his very colourful and vibrant abstract expressionist work. With a life long ability to create art & a BFA in arts, he is focused on depicting everyday lives of people, animals, the environment and social issues. He works with different mediums including oil & acrylic paints, charcoal, pastels & wire and found objects on different surfaces.
He also paints wall murals. He also combines different mediums to create unique pieces to bring attention to the connectivity of nature and man-made objects with attention to sustainability & environmental protection. With also having interests in design innovations, he utilizes his trainings & skills in craft & sculpture building to design & build innovative solutions for various problems & needs Felix was born in Freetown, Sierra Leone and earned his BFA & AAS in Art & Graphic Design at Minnesota State University & Bergen Community College, NJ.