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Namibia Arts Fair Collection - Nigeria
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NAMIBIA ARTS FAIR @ OMBA GALLERY The Namibia Arts Fair is a platform for Namibian and International artists to showcase their art for retail. It is a Creative Hub for the community, uplifting Namibian and International artists to their best capabilities.

The Namibia Arts Fair Art Collection was started in 2019, allowing artist to donate artworks they feel the organization can mobilize into different art markets and display, and to facilitate the exhibition and purchase of multimedia artworks, and educate artists on developing sustainability throughout Namibia and international platforms. Visit the Omba Gallery for a small selection of works of Michael Osajie from Benin City, Nigeria. Michael is a graduate from the famous Art School, Federal Polytechnic Auchi, in Edo State.
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Upcoming Events
Elia Shiwoohamba - My Namibia, My Nature: 4-30 April 2020
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Elia is a printmaker and linocut artist, and this exhibition includes animals, plants and people.  Inspired by nature, he captured traditional scenes of wildlife interacting with people in  stunning black and white prints.

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Shades of Ghana - Kudjo Owuso
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Kudjo Owuso produced amazing hand made glass beads and presented with stunning Ghanaian batiks, clothing and shoes.

Previous Exhibitions
Shades of Ghana - Kudjo Owuso
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Kudjo Owuso produced amazing hand made glass beads and presented with stunning Ghanaian batiks, clothing and shoes.

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Desert Christmas Collection 2019
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This year Margit Calegari, Susanne Asmus and Lois are exhibiting their creations at the Omba Gallery from 23 October until 17 November 2019. . Margit Calegari lives for creative, colourful spray art on canvas as well as wall clocks. Adding to her collections this year will be traditional German advent wreaths with a personal touch of Calegari. Railway sleepers as well as antelope horns have been transformed into unique decorative pieces such as lighting objects and sculptures also including metal and clay heads. New this year will be the clay sculptures in all natural tones, mimicking the tones of our beautiful Namibian Deserts. Susanne Asmus Diekmann has been inspired by much of the variety of natural tones of our Namibian deserts. The results are outstanding decorative pieces ideal for the Christmas season. Amongst others art the “African Angels”, Advent wreaths with Namibian touch as well as the ever popular metal stars will be displayed. Loise (Jana Krappmann) will present a variety of different bags made of colourful Shweshwe fabrics, as well as printed bags and clothes for Namibia and Africa lovers.

Previous Exhibitions
Shades of Ghana - Kudjo Owuso
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Kudjo Owuso produced amazing hand made glass beads and presented with stunning Ghanaian batiks, clothing and shoes.