Artists

The Collective's Featured Artists

“light exudes the sublime of color energy”
​Patrick Kinuthia is a semi-impressionist Artist and hails from RedHill, a town in the suburbs of Nairobi, Kenya. He was trained by an Asian artist and mural painter while both worked for his late Father John F. Karioki, who was a patron of the arts in Nairobi. He later pursued design at the Technical University of Nairobi.

He has exhibited his energetic color paintings in Australia, the Netherlands, North Ireland and England and locally at the National Museum, ISK and the Winsdor and Karen Golf clubs
His commissions include United Nations, Hugh McColl (former Bank of America), Faith Evangelistic Ministries (gift for Rev. Reinhard Bonnke and Daniel Kolenda). and recently, His work was featured in the 2019 Safaricom calendar
He is a born again Christian and credits God for His gift of art.
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My name is Lawrence Charles Ndune Mwachiro, from Kenya. Born 1993 5th April and, graduate of Buru Buru Institute of Fine art (BFA) 2018, currently working as a professional visual artist and Illustrator. I am passionate about arts, through it, I have been able to communicate about our African culture, the heritage and the pride we hold as Africans. Artistry speaks volume! I have been able to echo the sentiments of things happening around us and this has really impacted my life. To bring real life experiences in a form we can all relate. Art is very vital to me, it unifies humankind of all races, raises awareness about social issues, breaks barriers across the continent and it really inspires me to learn new innovative ideas from my mentors.

Some of the initiatives I have undertaken in my community and exbition are:-  Coming up with illustrations concerning violence, traumatic events,resilience and healing  like issues of domestic violence, post-election violence, cattle rustling ,promoting peace for Green String Network under project Muamko Mpya [Healing the Uniform and on the stories for Kumekucha ]  which have all been things of concern in my Country.

Exhibited at: – Railways Museum (Dust-Depo Studio), Blixen (National Museum), Affordable art (National Museum), Manjanano.

Participated in the Bic Africa Compettion In 2019

Email Address: – lmwachiro@gmail.com lawrenceContacts: – +254704468926.