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Feeling overjoyed to be alive. Active in enjoying the fruits of your labour, your life long search. That yearning to find the place that brings you comfort, tranquility and love; that is LIVING HOME.
Living Home is a new exhibition by Seifu Abebe that opened on November 16 at Dinq Art Gallery. According to the Gallery, the exciting exhibition is created to attract corporate clienteles, art enthusiasts and creatives from different parts of the world.
Seifu Abebe, born in 1973 in Addis Ababa, is a multimedia artist who celebrates the beauty of everyday life around him. Since he was a child, Seifu has had a fascination for the human spirit, developing a deep interest in art as a means to experiment with this fascination. After graduation from high school, Seifu joined the Addis Ababa University Alle School of Fine Arts and Design.
Seifu has over 12 years of experience working as an art director, graphic designer and creative artist; showing his work in more than 30 solo and group exhibitions locally and internationally including the Ethiopian National Theater Art Gallery, the Economic Commission for Africa, the U.S. Embassy in Addis Ababa, the National Museum of Ethiopia, as well as shows in the United States and Canada. He is a chairperson of the Ethiopian Visual Artists Association and the Art Director of What’s Out magazine.
Seifu paints with oil and water color; he creates sculptures, mural and chalk art, sandblasted art on glass and glass engravings, as well as using his keen artist eye in interior design.
Seifu believes that the world is a combination of two elements – lines and color – and says that only art has the power of relieving our souls from the intense and dark world that draws us into its pitfall, transforming us into a world of light and beauty. This spirit is clearly visible in his work.
The Living Home exhibition will stay open until December 3, 2017.