He is a London based pencil artist who was subsequently asked to join the prestigious Albemarle Gallery in Mayfair, London. From the day I discovered Kelvin Okafor’s works online, my keen interest consistently takes a rather overwhelming turn. You’ll see why.
He shares the stages of his sketches on social media; his Facebook page, Instagram, blog, and website. I’ll share the links with you shortly.
But this, this form of art is breathtaking. In my opinion, it is difficult, physically, but then I’m assuming having mastered a craft as such over a number of years makes it easier. What of consistency and inspiration, how does he work his way around them? Perhaps, posting his step by step sketch process online is targeted to viewer satisfaction, or it’s simply his work strategy. Nonetheless, he is doing an amazing job at it.
- Follow Kelvin Okafor’s Art on Facebook
- Follow Kelvin Okafor’s Art on Instagram
- Visit Kelvin Okafor‘s official webpage
- View his recent piece piece is entitled “Maya’s Interlude” with all the 105 stages
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