Date: February 3, 2022Time: 6:30 pm
Location:  Show map Stamford JCC
1035 Newfield Ave
Stamford, CT 06905
United States
Contact: Connie Cirillo FreemanPhone: 203.487.0983Email: cfreeman@stamfordjcc.org

Gallery @ The J presents: Deo Lutwama

African Art Exhibition – A Retrospective

Free to the community • All are welcome
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Exhibit runs January 31 - February 25, 2022. 

 

Born in Uganda, East Africa, Deo Lutwama came to appreciate the beauty of nature and art as being part of himself at an early age.  He paints in different mediums, oils, acrylics and pastels, to depict the daily life, folklore and wildlife of Africa.

With the ever-fading traditions of African cultures, Deo strives to represent Africa through his love of painting as storytelling. Like his grandmother used to say, "Healing comes through storytelling and art with the use of color is storytelling in itself."   Most of his oil paintings are celebrated with saturated deep primary colors typical of African art. He cites his greatest influence as Monet’s impressionist paintings. 

Deo studied Interior Design-CIDA/FIDER accredited and Fine Art at Kean University in Union, NJ.  After graduation, Deo spent some years working as a designer for New York Expo Designs. Through his work for non-profit organizations for people with developmental disabilities, he better connects his life as an artist to making a difference in the lives of people.

An award winning versatile and talented artist, his work has been exhibited at The Passaic County House in New Jersey, The Passaic County Arts Center - John W. Rea House in New Jersey, The National Museum, Kampala-Uganda, Essex County College Art Gallery, and Kean University School of Industrial Design in New Jersey.

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