Portrait of HRM Obi of Idumuje Unor, 2017
       
     
Portrait of Ichie 1 of Egbeagu Kingdom, 2017
       
     
HRM Pere of Isaba Kingdom
       
     
Portrait of HRM Obi of Idumuje Unor, 2017
       
     
Portrait of HRM Obi of Idumuje Unor, 2017

Charcoal and Gold Leaf on Paper
39 x 26 inches

The King's Diary is an ongoing series that attempts to present African women in the light of kingly power; decorated in the regalia of the traditional rulers. The motive is to encourage the acceptance and respect otherwise ascribed to the kings of Africa- and any realm, as a matter of fact- as a right of the African female, as is depicted in the art pieces. This new light will help see the girl-child in Sub-Saharan Africa, and all of Africa, as privileged as the sons, and not doomed to the woes of forbidden education, and early marriage against her will.

Portrait of Ichie 1 of Egbeagu Kingdom, 2017
       
     
Portrait of Ichie 1 of Egbeagu Kingdom, 2017

Charcoal and Gold Leaf on Canvas
39 x 26 inches

The King's Diary is an ongoing series that attempts to present African women in the light of kingly power; decorated in the regalia of the traditional rulers. The motive is to encourage the acceptance and respect otherwise ascribed to the kings of Africa- and any realm, as a matter of fact- as a right of the African female, as is depicted in the art pieces. This new light will help see the girl-child in Sub-Saharan Africa, and all of Africa, as privileged as the sons, and not doomed to the woes of forbidden education, and early marriage against her will.

HRM Pere of Isaba Kingdom
       
     
HRM Pere of Isaba Kingdom

Charcoal and Gold Leaf on Paper
66 x 54 inches

The King's Diary is an ongoing series that attempts to present African women in the light of kingly power; decorated in the regalia of the traditional rulers. The motive is to encourage the acceptance and respect otherwise ascribed to the kings of Africa- and any realm, as a matter of fact- as a right of the African female, as is depicted in the art pieces. This new light will help see the girl-child in Sub-Saharan Africa, and all of Africa, as privileged as the sons, and not doomed to the woes of forbidden education, and early marriage against her will.