Nigerians Artists have joined the rest of the world to celebrated the International Artists Day on Sunday, October 25th, 2020 with amazing paintings works, sculptures, and music that helps to paint a picture of world enlarge
Art has been an important part of the human experience for time out of mind, the first records of the world are not written in books, but are captured in paintings, sculptures, and music that helps to paint a picture of world lost to the past.
History of International Artist Day
International Artist Day was founded by Chris MacClure, a Canadian artist who specializes in the style known as ‘Romantic Realism’. His paintings were a way to bring out his own “Romantic Realist” views on life, and have served to make him one of Canada’s most important artists. He created this day to bring recognition to the world of art, and to celebrate all the ways that artists bring their own special view to life.
How to celebrate International Artist Day
The best way to celebrate International Artist Day is to support your local artists, most communities have a local art community that encompass the unique personality of both the community they live in, and the personality of that artist. If you’ve been looking for something to spruce up your living room or bedroom, then head out and find a unique piece that will bring life and personality to your home.
Maybe you’ve had your eye on a painting or sculpture, or feel that your garden could use sprucing up with a one of a kind wind-chime. Whatever the case, International Artist Day is the time to get out and bring a little beauty into your home. If you’re the creative sort, IAD can be an excuse to finally get back to your craft and bring something personal into your life through artistic expression.
Museums and Art Galleries can be another way to celebrate this day, and many of these offer classes in the creative arts. So visit your local artistic establishments, and maybe enroll in something to add a new skill of self-expression to your life. IAD is a great time to celebrate existing artists, and the artist that exists within all of us.
Here are some amazing painting works from Nigerians to celebrated the 2020 International Artists Day
#InternationalArtistsDay I am a ballpenrealistic artist I do coloured n blue works
Some of my art below
Kindly rt and feel free to comment it cost nothing just some seconds
— samuel mamudu (@samjunyarts) October 26, 2020
— certified negrologist✨(they/them)✨ (@coolestegg_art) October 25, 2020
— TEMMYTOPPE ART (@AjileSamuel) October 26, 2020
— faé 💛 (@mildoreos) October 25, 2020
— Jesse (@Kingurantatata) October 25, 2020
— 🌟 rachel @ zines 🌟 (@melonstellar) October 25, 2020