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Adebisi Adenike Adebayo

The artist using the indigenous Oduduwa-African style of sculpture.

Adebisi Adenike Adebayo is an artist using the indigenous Oduduwa (Yoruba)-African style of sculpture.
This style is associated with men only within the indigenous African tradition.
Ms. Adebayo, surprisingly, is a woman.
How did this happen?
Who is she?
Who trained her?
What are the processes of this training?
What types of works does she make?
Who are her clients and collectors?
We will have a discussion with Ms. Adebayo to find out these and other details about the artist.

Adebisi Adenike Adebayo
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