Thanks to the zambian Artists who participate the NALA Project.
The Artists from Zambia are (in alphabetical order)
Caleb Chisha, Christopher Simbule, Chris Kamubuza, Gordon Shamulenge, Ignatius Sampa, Joseph Shakulipa, Kingsley Kapope, Mapopa Manda, Maximilian Kapopo, Mulenga Mulenga, Nukwase Tembo, Owen Shikabeta, Rodgers Sakala, Steve Mwansa.
Majors: Paintings in Oil
Mulenga J. Mulenga was born in 1987; she is a freelance versatile young female artist on the Zambia Art scene. She has been practicing her artistic on a professional level since 2009. Mulenga is a painter, sculptor, writer and photographer. She holds an Art & Design Diploma from Evelyn Hone College of Commerce and Applied Arts. She also has a particular interest in art administration, and currently she is a committee member of the Insaka International Artists Trust (IIAT) and works in the Insakartists Office. Her works can be easily be identified by the palette knifes marks and the use of raw colours. Currently she is practising her artistic skills at the Art Academy Without Walls (AAWW) Studio in aka, Zambia.
Tel. +260 211 254 440
Tel. +260 977 116 494
Tel. +260 977 201 502
Caleb Chisha intentionally creates art works for the sake of self-expression.
To him, art is very much a religion, and he sees it is a life time commitment to be a practicing artist. He says his African roots have no bearing on the way he looks at like, and it has taken Caleb well over 6 years to perfect certain techniques in his art and move towards a professional level of appreciation. However there is much more that he is discovering all the time through trial and error, most of Caleb’s works talks about the issues that affect us daily. He enjoys doing human figures because to him, it feels like he is appreciating the creation of humanity. His subject matter is often that of African daily life, usually depicting their culture and traditions.
Tel: +260 964 575 068
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latest update: 24. August 2019
NALA made out of Flip Flops
" This extraordinary NALA Sculpture was made by kenyan born Artist Davis Ndungu from Cape Town, South Africa.
NALA and the unknown Objects 1
" The Vacuum cleaner"
NALA has a writer´s block.
painted by André Pilz, 120cm x 100cm, acrylic and dutch metal on canvas
Today I really wanted to start writing my book, but somehow I could not think of anything.
I had so many thoughts flying through my head, but I did not know how to start.
I put things on the table to inspire, but somehow I can not get started.
In any case, I already have the title.
"My little purple bike".
Maybe I'll start writing tomorrow.
Good Night, Friends
latest update: 6.May 2019
NALA ART Booklet ready for Download
The NALA ART Booklet is now available as PDF File for download.
Selected Artists show amazing NALA Artworks from southern and east Africa.
NALA Slideshow video on YouTube
On YouTube you can see the little video, which we shown during the NALA ART Exhibition in Germany.
This Video shows André´s and Nala´s artistic bicycle Journey through Africa.
The titles are in german language, but there are very nice photos to see.
Follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSkB-UHgOeo
It will be lovely if you can leave a comment about the NALA Project here: Opinion about The NALA Project.
Thank you very much
Yours NALA and André
I am currently in: Lenzburg / Switzerland
Tel. +49 176 4382 7985
+ André and NALA are back in Switzerland to promote
The NALA Project and their Artists. Searching new Exhibition Space.
We will continue our NALA Project Cycling Tour from
February 2020 in Congo Brazzaville, Gabon and Cameroon.
Cycled kilometer: 16.425 km
Tourstart by Bike was: Monday April 1, 2013
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