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Olusola David, Ayibiowu

Olusola David, Ayibiowu

Olusola David, Ayibiowu his a contemporary Nigerian Artist. Visual Arts, Painter, Songwriter, Author, Editor, Apple of God Eye and covenant child of God.
Also his the President/Chairman Creative Arts Solution Foundation.

He completed his graduation in Yaba College of Technology 2000-2003 and later proceeded to the Department of Creative Arts at the University of Lagos in 2007-2009, as he was interested in Visual art, he started taking part in group art exhibitions as at the level of an apprentice under late A. Shyngle. Later on, he launched his first solo exhibition theme: Vision on 30th Nov-Dec 6th 2007 at the National Gallery of Art, Lagos.

Early Life
Born on (Jan 24, 1974) Hails from Lagos State (Agbowa Ikosi). He started his career at Cathedral Pry Sch 1982-1988. Boy's Academy Secondary Sch, Lagos island, Yaba College of Technology, University of Lagos. Ayibiowu, initially as a studio Artist known as Solart Studios Ent and Art Creative Solutions but Later launched Creative Arts Solution Foundation of which is the President/Chairman. The foundation is a Non-Governmental Foundation formed on Dec 10, 2012. It aims to encourage young people as well as old ones to grow in art and another professional field, thereby giving opportunities to gain skills, in vocational works while increasing public awareness and its benefits to society. Later on, he also shows the use of photography and its originality as it breaks free of conventional unities of body, space and time and contributes skillfully to edits in the video, computer engineer, music as well as dance-drama through the presentation in events and occasion.

He formed International Gallery Creative Arts on 19th day January, 2018 in collaboration with Creative Arts Solution Foundation.


Granted sum amount of money through Terra Kulture from Ford Foundation for an art exhibition of a group of the artist's on 15 March 2007

He was Commissioned to produced Paintings for the Baklang Consultants in 2006.

Paintings were donated as a residence artist, to National Gallery of Arts, Aina Onabolu Complex, National Theatre Iganmu Lagos,

He also donated Painting to VASON Visual Arts Society of Nigeria in 2012 for VASON Art Centre Project. Contributing photo's and videos to Wikimedia and Wikipedia WIKI LOVES AFRICA 2016

Celebrating Africa's Music and Dance on Wikipedia! This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license.WIKI LOVES AFRICA 2016 Olusola David, Ayibiowu who's works of art has been showcased on a particular well-known TV Station programmed on Channels TV Art House. The Presenter and Producer Melinda Akinlami were present over the years during the one-man exhibition. The Producers' Showcase went on the air. Also, one of the paintings could be located in their office.

Contributed memorial article's on ForeverMissed, Remember, My Keeper, about his Late Mother. ELIZABETH ODUSANYA AYIBIOWU 1941-2021.

Contributed article about his Late Father, Surakat Omosanya Ayibiowu
July 17, 1927-February 16, 2005

Contributed to Gbagada Senior Grammar School.
GSGS interview Students Art workshop 20 25 Feb 2013 organized by Creative Arts Solution Foundation

Contributed to World History Encyclopedia
Contributed to Encyclopedia of life
Missionbox by Creative Arts Solution Foundation
Global Finance Magazine | Photo was contributed by him via Wikimedia Commons for use on their Magazine Publications. 24 August 2022. Topic:Will Africa Deliver Growth For GE?

Articles, sitelike, photos and videos contributed on:
Mobile Legends | All About Mobile Legends
Mosir Boleslawiec-Visual Arts Exhibition
10 Times-Art Source
UBC. University of British Colombia
Wikimedia Commons
Amazon Associates

Recognition & Emerging Artist.
Saatchiart since 2010 featured in a collection.
Fine Art America since 2021 artworks on display.
Squad by GTCO. (SQUAD | GTBANK).
Art Co.
Pixels Puzzles
Dolart Gallery

Artprice.Olusola AYIBIOWU was officially listed artist on Artprice, 24th October 2022. With a confirmation message from Artprice by Artist dpt.

Daily Times Nigeria. Enter Olusola Ayibiowu’s colour of Wisdom.
A solo exhibition on 4th-5th November, 2008. At CityMall, Onikan, Lagos.
Newspaper Press Release About Olusola David, Ayibiowu.7 April 2016 posted by Ada Ada.

Wisdom painting was used as a reference photo on Grace South Bay on Jan 24, 2021. Mobile bulettin, Jan 24.pdf.

Wisdom painting photo was used in a video as a reference point by RIVERSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH on SERVICE FOR SEPTEMBER 12, 2021

Vanderbelt University used his Wisdom painting as a digital divinity library collection.Related to Art in the Christian Tradition.

Wisdom painting was used on Ginter Park Baptist Church.
Published by GPBC Staff on September 2, 2020

So Much Bible used photo of his Wisdom painting on their website talking about Solomon asking God for Wisdom.July 19, 2020. Image Credit. 1 Kings 3:5-12

Wisdom painting by Olusola David, Ayibiowu photo was used as the cover art on Lancaster Theological Seminary. Assembly Bulletin. SERVICE OF WORD AND SACRAMENT on March 10 and 13, 2021

Wisdom painting photo used as reference by Sardis Presbyterian Church on 15 August, 2021.

Wisdom painting photo was also used on: A Message to Trinity Christian UCC for August 13, 2021

Red Clay Creek Presbyterian Church
Sunday | August 15, 2021
• The graphic on the front cover is a painting which represents a female figure asking for God’s
wisdom. Date: 6 November 2008; Artist: Olusola David, Ayibiowu.

Wisdom painting was featured on Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost Year A Exodus 12. SlideToDoc. Slides 22.,

Art Review on Wisdom painting. Author: Olusola David, Ayibiowu. September 2-3, 2022

Donations of Photos on WIKI LOVES AFRICA 2017

Member of Society of Nigerian Artists.
Global & Chapter Member of Internet Society
Member of Modern Nigerian Writers
Member/Worker (Usher) at RCCG Church of The Nazarene Lp 15. Zone 1, Area 007, Area Headquarters.
Attended School of Disciples (RCCG)

Promosaik interview.
Creative Art Solution Foundation in Nigeria – development promoted by art.

Contributing to Care2 by signing petitions for others who need help by name Olusola David, Ayibiowu. Since Jan 1, 2018, signed petitions up to 35 and more.

Olusola David, Ayibiowu is one of those 66 Contestants 2018 of Biopage Mini-Essay Writing Contest

Wisdom for the Week: his painting wisdom was used as reference by The House of The Lord Church 18 April 2021.

Opera News Hub Creator some of his article's is on opera news.
Opera News used his articles on Skill and Talent of Drawing With Charcoal Pencil
NATO Multimedia Team/Online publications joined on 15 May, 2022.
Health Consultant he has passed through some multilevel marketing companies in Nigeria.

Donated two of his works of art paintings to Creative Arts Solution Foundation since 2022 has it shows on their paystack storefront.

Wiki Loves Earth 2022 South West Nigeria. Contributed Photos and Video of Freedom Park Lagos on Wikimedia Commons. 26-27 August, 2022.
Freedom Park Lagos. He also contributed his own personal Photos via Wikimedia Commons as he visited the heritage site.

Wiki Loves Earth 2022 file usage on Olusola David Ayibiowu by Wikimedia Commons.
■ Freedom Park- Olusola David Ayibiowu visited the heritage site
File usage on Commons.
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Usage on Wikimedia Commons and Wikipedia
User:Rasvihari mishra
Media in category "Places

Wiki Loves Monuments 2022
by Wikimedia Commons And Wikipedia
Olusola David, Ayibiowu Contributed 100 Photographs And 3 Videos.

■File usage
The following pages on the English Wikipedia use this file:
Nigerian National Museum
Global file usage
The following other wikis use this file:
National Museum tí orílè-èdè Nàìjíríà
Nigerian National Museum on Wikiwand photos of National Museum Lagos was contributed by Olusola David, Ayibiowu
■Category:Nigerian National Museum on Wikimedia Commons.Parts or some of the photo was contributed by Olusola David, Ayibiowu

Wiki Loves Monuments 2022 One of the Winners in Nigeria is Olusola David, Ayibiowu

The Wiki loves Monument contest in Nigeria 2022 photograph of the "State Car in which General Murtala Ramat Mohammed was assassinated on 13 February 1976" photo taken by Olusola David, Ayibiowu, has been selected as one of the best 10 images in Nigeria/Winner 2022

Additional work experience with Custodian Life Assurance Limited
The company name was initially Crusader Life Assurance Ltd. Later their name was changed to Custodian Life Assurance Limited. He works there for many years as an insurance agent/financial Advisor. While working as insurance agent/financial Advisor under Babamale Agency. He wrote a letter to Lagos State Government Education District IV requesting to do presentation of custodian life assurance products. His request was granted as he was fortunate to be given a letter through Tayo-Subair S.l For:Tutor-General / Permanent Secretary from Lagos State Government, Education District IV on 6th June 2022. To do presentation of custodian life assurance products to all staff in the schools at that particular district. The Lagos State Government Education District IV has up to 93 Schools.

Olusola David, Ayibiowu And His Colleagues From Custodian At World Teachers Day, NUT Lagos Mainland

World Teachers Day At Lagos Mainland File on Wikimedia Commons And Wikipedia Contributed by Olusola David, Ayibiowu

Olusola David, Ayibiowu And His Colleagues From Custodian At NUT, World Teachers' Day, Lagos Mainland Branch. On Wikimedia Commons.

Custodian At World Teachers' Day October 5, 2022. On Wikimedia Commons

World Teachers Day, NUT Lagos Mainland Branch. On Wikimedia Commons

Olusola David, Ayibiowu at FXTM Gala Party 2022 FXTMPartner. Partner ID:4948281

Channels TV Art House by Melinda Akinlami. And Journalists who covered the one-man exhibitions was a proving ground like Chuka Nnabuife, Tony Okuyeme, Emmanuel Agozino, Nnkiru Ifeajuna, Flora Onwudiwe. Ada Ada for press released on newspapers.

Year Exhibitions Theme Medium

· 2006 || ''National/International Art Exhibition'' || Expressions!! ||Oil on canvas, water colour,

· 2007 || ''National Art Exhibition'' || Democrat Artists United for Democracy ||Oil on canvas.

· 2007 || ''First Solo Art Exhibition'' || Vision ||Oil on canvas, water colour, etc.

· 2007 || 'Grant Art Exhibition '' || Celebration of Life ||Oil on canvas, water colour, etc

· 2008 || ''Solo Art Exhibition'' || Wisdom || Oil on canvas, water colour, etc.'

· 2009 || ''National Art Exhibition'' || Open House ||Oil on canvas, water colour, etc.

· 2010 || ''Group Art Exhibition'' || Art Creative Solutions ||Oil on canvas, water colour, etc.

· 2011 || ''Solo Art Exhibition'' || Purpose ||Oil on canvas, water colour, etc.

· 2012 || ''National Art Exhibition'' || Arts the Vason way ||Oil on canvas, water colour, etc.

· 2012 || ''Launching Art Exhibition'' || Creative ||Oil on canvas, water colour, etc.

· 2016 || ''Art Review'' || Enter Olusola Ayibiowu's Colour of Wisdom ||Oil on canvas

· 2017 || ''Celebrates Lagos @50'' || Lagos@50 ||Oil on canvas

· 2018|| ''Featured Artist on Saatchi Art'' || Till Date ||Oil on canvas

· 2019 || '' ArtWorks on Display on Saatchi Art as featured Artist Recognition'' || Till
Date ||Oil on canvas

· 2020-Till Date|| ''Online showcase of Artworks on Jumia'' || International Gallery Creative Arts||Oil on canvas

· 2020-Till Date|| ''Online showcase of Artworks on Paystack'' || Creative Arts Solution Foundation||Oil on canvas

· 2021- ''Online showcase of Artworks on Dolart Gallery'' || Do.Art Gallery ||Oil on canvas

· 2021- ''Online showcase of Artworks on Fine Art America'' ||Oil on canvas

-2022- Online Auction Paintings || On Artprice ||Oil on canvas

International Gallery Creative Arts
Presents: Online Auction House
Auction Paintings.
A solo online Auction Paintings by Olusola AYIBIOWU
Auction start : 04 Nov 2022 Time: 12:00
Auction end: 17 Nov 2022 Time: 12:00
Till date.

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The Nigerian National Museum is a national museum of Nigeria, located in the city of Lagos. The museum has a notable collection of Nigerian art, including pieces of statuary, carvings also archaeological and ethnographic exhibits. Of note is a terracotta human head known as the Jemaa Head (c. 900 to 200 BC), part of the Nok culture. The piece is named after Jema'a, the village where it was discovered. The Museum is located at Onikan, Lagos Island, Lagos State. The museum is administered by the National Commission for Museums and Monuments.

In July 1948, the first architectural sketches of the museum were submitted to a conference on museum policy in Nigeria. The museum was founded in 1957 by the English archaeologist Kenneth Murray. The main purpose of constructing this museum was to preserve different historical artifacts of Nigeria. Kenneth Murray had collected several traditional masks from Cross River State, these masks were displayed in the museum. During the first decade of the museum's existence, the British Museum gave the Nigerian National Museum two plaques and other artifacts. In 2018, a virtual tour of the museum was added using an adapted version of Google Street View along with other tourist sites in Nigeria.

The museum houses the collections of artifacts belonging to different cultures of the ethnic groups in Nigeria. The size of the collection is estimated at 47,000 objects, made of different materials such as wood, ivory, metal and terracotta. The artifacts include masks, textiles, drums, dane guns and wooden figures. Among the artifacts, in the Yoruba section, the museum includes Egungun costumes and clay pots. The museum has a collection of statues dating from different periods of Nigeria's history.

The museum also houses traditional musical instruments such as sansas, fiddles and flutes. The museum also contains divination bowls and ancestral figures made of wood, including Mumuye figures, which are used by communities in Adamawa State as well as Ikengas wooden figures, which are part of the Igbo culture. Additionally, the museum also contains a collection of masks including Ekpo masks from Calabar and Gẹlẹdẹ wooden masks.

The museum contains jewelry and crafts, as well as a collection of textiles including Akwete cloth and other textiles from the Okene, Bida and Western States areas of Nigeria.

The museum has displayed works of art by Nigerian artists such as Nike Davies-Okundaye, Abiodun Olaku, Djakow Kassi, Bruce Onobrakpeya, Bolaji Ogunwo, Yusuf Durodola, Chinze Ojobo, Nosa Iyobhabha, Duke Asidere, Ben Enwonwu, Nathaniel Hodonu, Northcote W. Thomas, Kelani Abass and Elizabeth Ekpetorson. In 2012, the museum presented an exhibition featuring artwork by artist Ndidi Dike. In November 2019, the museum organized an exhibition with art pieces by German-Nigerian artist Ngozi Schommers. The museum contains ancient crowns, Royal regalias, artifacts belonging to the Kingdom of Benin, cultural objects belonging to the Ibibio people, Igbo-Ukwu bronze artifacts, stone monoliths of the Oron culture and terracottas belonging to the Nok culture. The museum also contains photographs of the different presidents of the states of Nigeria. In the textile section, there is a collection of batik fabrics. The museum also has Ere figurines., photographs on the colonization of Nigeria and exhibits related to the culture of Ifẹ, an ancient Yoruba city.

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