Abstract Silhouette Art of Women by Miabo Enyadike

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 Art Silhouettes of Women 
 by  Miabo Enyadike

Abstract Art Silhouettes of Women to View & Shop  by  Miabo Enyadike

Women Abstract expressionism is an art I create often, I either create a face or a figure, most times in Abstract expressionism and it is color driven. 

My love for this particular subject is simple I am a woman, a female artist obsessed with what women are interested in or barriers they are breaking.



Today I have showcased three of my female Paintings, they are Semi-nude illusion, Abstract woman painting and the Lady Painting each one inspired by women who are confident in who they are and what they represent and these paintings show the diversity in women.



All three Abstract expressionist paintings are color driven, bold and vivid to demonstrate the strength in each woman. 


The point here is to create art that celebrates women of diverse age, attitude, and personality, I really love this diversity in women as we are not a monolith species, we are different in our own ways and influence each other differently. 


I create Abstract Paintings, in Ink on smooth paper boards and the three diverse women abstract expressionism paintings are no different. 


They where all made with Ink on smooth 100% recycled boards that are durable and strong. 

 And each of these paintings can be found in 
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            Why Artists paint flower blooms

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My favorite flower bloom I keep painting are tulips, I cannot for the life of me, get enough of paintings, drawings and crafts on tulip flowers.

Abstract Red Bulb flower by Miabo Enyadike
                          Abstract Red Bulb Flower Painting

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We all have a favorite flower. We plant them in our gardens, we buy them at the florist, we are given them as bouquets to celebrate a a birthday, anniversary or to wish us a speedy recovery. Unfortunately, most flower blooms have a short life. 

Tulip Flower Illustration by Miabo Enyadike

Tulip Flower Illustration by Miabo Enyadike

I love flowers and as an artist, I have learned to preserve something of their essence in a flower painting forever. If you have ever wished you could do this with a favorite flower bloom, then read on.

Flower painting has a wonderful history. Botanical art has been used to document numerous species of flowers and plants.

There is something very satisfying and magical about painting a flower and preserving just what it was like forever. 

Tulip Painting by Miabo Enyadike
                          Tulip Painting by Miabo Enyadike

Of course, flower photographs can do the same but when you paint you have the added pleasure of carefully examining the curves and colors of each petal, stamen, stem and leaf.

 You have to observe the way the light catches the flower and use this information to give it a 3D presence on your paper. By painting flowers, you get to know them intimately.

I would advise anyone wanting to start painting to begin with their favorite flower, no matter how complex it might seem.

Tulips in a Vase Painting by Miabo Enyadike
                             Tulips in a Vase Painting by Miabo Enyadike

 By choosing your favorite, you will be motivated to try again to render it well. 

Your feelings have a better chance of being transferred into your flower painting too.

 When a flower painting makes you gasp, it is because it initially did the same for the artist and they have found a way of sharing that with you. It doesn't matter if your attempts aren't perfect.

Tulips in a Pot Ink Painting by Miabo Enyadike
                          Tulips in a Pot Ink Painting by Miabo Enyadike

 Each time you try you will become more familiar with it's shape. It will seem easier to paint and you will notice more about the nuances of color and the way light can affect it.

Of course, there are some useful techniques which might help you learn flower painting. Many excellent art books have been written about this topic and your bookstore will certainly have several. 

But be wary of simply copying another artists' techniques. You may be surprised to find that you are less satisfied with the results than you are with simply observing your favorite flower and perfecting your vision of it with each attempt. 

Try drawing with different materials, have fun and keep all your attempts. You will be encouraged to see how your vision and skill improves simply by practice. 

I use Inks, both alcohol and water based inks  and I love them because of their beautiful range of colors, from very pale to vibrant hues. 

Assorted Tulip Flowers Miabo Enyadike
                             Assorted Tulip Flowers Miabo Enyadike
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 This is not exactly a favorite of most flower and botanical artists who are more inclined to use watercolor, for reasons best suited them, I would think good of course. 

The way you can allow one rich vibrant color to randomly bleed into another, just as it does in nature, is wonderful! 

As you can tell, I am fanatical about flower painting but I do hope I have managed to awaken a little curiosity in you. 

Have a go! What have you got to lose?....You can start with my flower coloring book for adults and paint with acrylic markers, oil markers or even watercolor... Enjoy.


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 Art Exhibitions in Restaurants & Cafes 

Life as a fine Artist has its twists and turns, and sometimes huge frustration on how to give our artworks the attention they need.

Most times the creative process of an artist is borne out of inspirations but the selling and exposure aspect is so difficult to comprehend. 

Art is something our society loves and lives with yet it is looked down on, in a certain way and originality is undervalued.

Most Artists, myself included spending time and money to create Art with the hope to sell and gain some kind of recognition and patronage going forward.

My personal experience as an artist with over 20 years in the business is one of the bumps and smooth rides. 

First I sold art for more than a decade, without seriously creating my own art, I sold art for other artists and the lesson I learned in the business then, was constant viewing of paintings tend to yield a sale result.

The reason I write this observation of mine is I ran a small cafe and an art concept store in the same space years back and most of the paintings on the Cafe wall, even without prices did well. 

What I found out then, that customers bought quite a lot of art on Saturday mornings during breakfast, they would inquire about the artwork and the artist from me or the waiters, then we would proceed to show them more artworks of the Artist in the store, whilst they waited for their breakfast being made.

These brief exchanges always led to some kind of purchase or commissioning of the artist whose paintings were on the Cafe wall.

As I later left the business of selling Art, fully into painting my own Art, it was easy for me to understand the dynamics of exhibiting in a living practical space as opposed to a gallery.

Approaching a restaurant to exhibit your Artwork is one thing that most Artists are yet to figure out how? 

The issue behind this, is not understanding how it is simple, because most artists consider restaurants as unconventional spaces for real art display, we tend to forget that our prospective buyers or collectors eat and they do so in fancy restaurants, neighborhood cafes, fast food joints, tea shops, etc and having a display of your artwork in these places creates huge potential to get noticed. 

Customers sipping wine and drinks waiting for food, tend to look at walls and check out the interior of a restaurant. If your art is on display at a local pub or joint, you will definitely be noticed. 

Artists always worry about the customers and their buying power in food joints, just because the Artists see themselves as customers of those place, and can't figure how a collector who buys a cheap pint of beer or a glass of wine, can afford an expensive Artwork.

The truth is we as Artists can never measure anyone's ability to pay for an Artwork or Art by what they drink, or what bar, or food place they patronize.

Art is strictly in the 'eyes of the beholder' and proper positioning and display of an Artwork will get the attention it deserves in any restaurant. 

The inspiration for me behind exhibiting in restaurants came after I attended a few exhibitions myself in restaurants, I was inspired by the idea and audacity of the Artists.

I was impressed by how they told the story of their first runway show which they held in a small fast food cafe and that was how they made their first appearance and have gone on to be a very successful brand.

Restaurants have a big role to play in my Art life, here in Johannesburg where I live most times of the year. I display my art on the walls and in turn, I get collectors, interviews, and mentions.

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 The Art of restaurant exhibition is simple and less complicated compared to galleries, speak to a local restaurant in your area, show them a good portfolio and physical art, explain to the owners why you think it is a perfect march for their clientele.


Pitch your Art exhibition idea to them, listen to their concerns offer solutions and benefits for such an event. Be precise and concise in your pitch, and allow them to be involved wholeheartedly by recognizing that you need them most, not the other way round.

Once there is a mutual agreement, then offer them a commission and mention in your flyers the restaurant and their offerings, add that also on your social media. Encourage the owners by paying ahead for food and drinks within your budget scope for your invited guest or proposed no of guests, you will be amazed at how much they are willing to support you.


Ask them kindly to inform their customers through their email or client list about your exhibition in the place, that way you are sure of more potential buyers viewing your work. The actual installation of your artwork might be tricky so you have to come up with creative ways to display your art around the space that is pleasing to you and the owner.

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With these kinds of collaboration between fine artists and restaurant owners, there are no restrictions on which customer is allowed, the beauty of it all is people who ordinarily will never enter an Art gallery because of all the fake nonsense going on there, will come to a restaurant and view your work and might be converted into patrons of your Art or collectors of your Art.

Most owners I have dealt with, ask for the works to remain on display on their restaurant walls even after the exhibition has taken place and that opens more avenue and revenue for the Artists. Also, it enables potential customers to view your Art in a more practical way.

Art is meant to be viewed and enjoyed, let's get our work out there as Artists and explore all selling avenues............. Enjoy.

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                                    Artistic Home Decor and Accents 

My Inspiration, as an Artist and Designer, comes from nature and colors. I, create bold, colorful and cheerful art, from  events and colors of nature, that inspire me.

 I love to, mix and match these colors, to create original pieces of work, in art and design that is beautiful, to collect.

 I also hope, each piece of work I create, tells a story, inspires and brings joy, to my audience and collectors.

Home decorating, is something I'm very familiar with, as a certified interior decorator, my clients always request, for very Arty pieces in their homes, when I advise on their decor choice.

 And for me, that always opens up, another opportunity for me to extend my creativity, by giving each client, something unique that is original that they, can identify with.

 I take into consideration, the floor plan and how much risk, I'm willing to take and how much risk my client, is willing to accept. 

That way, it informs my judgement, on how far or less far, I can go with bold colors and abstract design which is my strength. 

I create home accents with my original Art, so my clients, know where the art and design, is coming from and the backstory, of each piece that is placed in their home. 

Plant Canvas Art Print by Artmiabo

It is, always exciting when my client, is somehow involved in the selection, of decor accents. For me, the back and forth, is the challenge. 
night lights

The most, important thread, is satisfying the clients and their brief. One thing, I have found out, is everyone, loves an original anything and something that is authentic. My Art and designs, offers that.

Tea Pot by Artmiabo
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Dasaki'  Doodle Abstract Art Canvas Print

The need, to be different and authentic, is why I do what I do.....Enjoy.

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                    Garden Art+Print to Shop

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Flower garden art, digital art of a garden 

This art depicts a garden that is fully grown and beautiful with different kinds of flowers and plants in it. We all love a lush garden, the colors and smell of beautiful flowers is the essence behind the inspiration for this art.


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Abstract Art The Past never goes away, Miabo Enyadike

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Abstract Art Painting The Past never goes away, is an Ink Abstract Expressionistic Painting,of how our pasts good or bad shapes our minds and actions in future. Most times our past they say comes to haunt us and sometimes remain as shadows in our imaginations.

This painting was made with Ink on smooth paper board.

Abstract Art The Past never goes away, Miabo Enyadike

Abstract Art The Past never goes away, Miabo Enyadike

Abstract Art The Past never goes away, Miabo Enyadike

Abstract Art The Past never goes away, Miabo Enyadike

Abstract Art The Past never goes away, Miabo Enyadike

Abstract Art Painting The Past never goes away, is an Ink Abstract Expressionistic Painting,of how our pasts good or bad shapes our minds and actions in future. Most times our past they say comes to haunt us and sometimes remain as shadows in our imaginations.

This painting was made with Ink on smooth paper board.

This Art is Available for Purchase in Saatchiart.com