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1971 SIGNED NUMBERED ADEMOLA OLUGEBEFOLA FAMILY PRINT Description LOW COST SHIPPING PROVIDED WITHIN THE USA ONLY, BUT I WILL SHIP WORLDWIDE AT BUYERS EXPENSE UP FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION IS AN ORIGINAL AUTHENTIC 1971 HAND SIGNED NUMBERED (17/200) IN PENCIL BY THE HIGHLY REGARDED, LISTED, INTERNATIONAL ARTIST ADEMOLA OLUGEBEFOLA "THE FAMILY" WOOD CUT LITHOGRAPHIC PRINT THIS IS A DEFINITE ENHANCEMENT TO YOUR DECOR OR CURRENT COLLECTION. ITEM MEASURES 34" BY 27" INCHES. PRINT MEASURES 28" BY 21" INCHES. ITEM IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AS DISPLAYED IN THE PHOTO GALLE ADEMOLA OLUGEBEFOLA is a renowned contemporary artist whose work has set standards of innovative excellence. Widely collected and published in hundreds of books, catalogs, magazines and newspapers, his work has also been featured in major museums, universities, galleries and on television in the USA, the Caribbean, Africa, Europe and Japan. His paintings, graphics and mixed media work is shown extensively on the internet. Born in the US Virgin Islands and raised in New York City, Ademola has expanded his national exhibitions to New York Stateโ€™s mid Hudson Valley over the last few years. TransArt has presented his work in Newburg, Kingston and has presented his major 5 acre environmental art as part of Jazz In The Valley. In a career that spans three decades, Ademola feels these 5 acre environmental art installations Nature Symphony and MAMBO: A Tribute to Tito Puente, in concert with the music, is a portal to new spiritual and creative frontiers. Among a spectrum of recent art, culture and special projects activity, Albany International Airport hosted his paintings and a lecture as part of a landmark exhibition in October 2000. In June 2001 Poughkeepsieโ€™s Albert Shahinian Gallery presented Olugebefola and painter Helen Douglas in a critically acclaimed exhibition. Recent solo exhibitions and educational presentations include: IRADAC at City College; Vassar College, Poughkeepsie NY; CHI Gallery in Oakland, California; Rush Arts in Chelsea, NY; and recent group shows at Fire Patrol #5 Art and Gallery X in Harlem and Danny Simmonโ€™s Corrider Gallery in Brooklyn. And his most recent multimedia solo shows Blues And The Abstract Truth and Goddesses and Gurus: Earth, Wind and Fire April 2005 at Savacou Gallery in the east village, are highlights of his recent work over the last few years. Having just returned from Salvador, Bahia and Rio deJaniero Brazil in February 2005 Ademola will be seen as part of a Caribbean region PBS special documentary on similarities in Brazilian culture, the British and US Virgin Islands where he was born. Honors (partial Listing) Commendation from the City of New York, 2000 Who's Who Among Black Americans Who's Who in American Art International Dictionary Biography Cambridge, England 1000 Notable Americans Who's Who in the East Commissions "Unison" A living work of art. This mural can be viewed at the southeast corner of West 135th St. and St. Nicholas Ave. in Manhattan. ( 27'x42' ) "Harlem Village Odyssey" permanently display, Banco Popular on 125th St., Manhattan. ( 21'x8' ) "Healing Pyramid" mixed medium, revolving sculpture permanent lobby display, Comprehensive Medical Associates, 555 Main St. Orange, NY (4' sq. by 8' high) Select Recent Solo Exhibitions 2000 Zilkha Gallery/Wesleyan University 2000 Emerging Collector Gallery, New York, NY Works created in Harlem which toured major museums 1990-2000 1999 Archibald Arts 1960's thru 1970's drawings recent works on paper 1998 Dance Collection Galleries, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts: A retrospective of lithographs, drawings, glass etchings and mixed media work on dance. Select Recent Group Exhibitions 1995/98 "Caribbean Visions" Contemporary Painting and Sculpture (Tour) 1997/99 "Seeing Jazz" Sponsored by the Lila Wallace Readers Digest Foundation and the Smithsonian Institution (Tour) 1997 Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford, CT. 1997 San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, CA. 1997 NCA "National Invitational" James E. Lewis Museum, Morgan State Univ., Baltimore, MD. 1997 Art of African and the Americas, Benefit, March of Dimes, Artsale, NYC 1997 NCA National Invitational, Schomburg Center for Research In Black Culture, NYC 1997 Benefitsale for the Printmaking Workshop, Leo Castelli Gallery, NYC 1997 Center for African American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 1996 New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA. 1996 African American Museum, Dallas, TX. 1995 Center for The Fine Arts, Miami, Florida 1994 The Orionic Suite, Gallery LA. Payment We accept Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Discover, and PayPal. Shipping All postage is calculated at cost which also includes packaging and handling fees which make our standard low cost shipping rates more appealing to our by buyers. Items will be shipped via FedEX or USPS Flat rate postal service with Delivery confirmation, unless otherwise stated in the listing. If you buy more than one item we combine shipping give a 1.00 discount on shipping for each additional item purchased within (7) days of the first initial purchase. Please allow 5 business days for delivery once item has been paid for through paypal. Terms of Sale RETURN POLICY All items are shipped as described in the listing if the item has been damaged through shipping we'll take an assertive role to rectify the matter. We have have an excellent feedback rating because our major goal is to satisfy all our customers. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SELLER IS NOT AN EXPERT IN ANY OF THE ITEMS BEING OFFERED. ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD "AS IS" THEREFORE IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER TO ASK ANY ALL QUESTIONS IN REFERENCE TO AN ITEM(S) BEFORE PURCHASING THEIR SELECTED PRODUCT. ALL SALES ARE FINAL About Us We at Jaxsprat's Unique Collectibles have been avid treasure hunters for over fifteen years. Within the confines of our beautiful and cluttered home in sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida we have been operating our store for over five years as a wholehearted family enterprise. Our aim is to provide and showcase quality antiques, collectibles, memorabilia, and fine art at affordable prices for everyone. We seek to ensure that our customers have a wonderful experience when shopping for collectibles in our store. Contact Us If you have any inquiries or questions in reference to this item or any other item. We are available 24/7 as we make it an integral part of our customer service policy to respond to you in a efficient and timely manner.

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