Caribbean born Harlem, NY based WEUSI artist Ademola Olugebefola is a renowned contemporary artist whose work has set standards of innovative excellence.
Widely collected and published in hundreds of books, catalogs, magazines and newspapers, his work has also been featured in major museums, universities, galleries and on television in the USA, the Caribbean, Africa, Europe and Japan.
His paintings, graphics and mixed media work is shown extensively on the internet. Born in the US Virgin Islands and raised in New York City, Ademola has expanded his national exhibitions to New York State’s mid Hudson Valley over the last few years. TransArt has presented his work in Newburg, Kingston and has presented his major 5 acre environmental art as part of Jazz In The Valley.[embedplusvideo height=”253″ width=”450″ editlink=”http://bit.ly/2rCc9Aq” standard=”http://www.youtube.com/v/usyEqCDZ9VA?fs=1&vq=hd720″ vars=”ytid=usyEqCDZ9VA&width=450&height=253&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=1&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=¬es=” id=”ep4155″ /]
In a career that spans three decades, Ademola feels these 5 acre environmental art installations Nature Symphony and MAMBO: A Tribute to Tito Puente, in concert with the music, is a portal to new spiritual and creative frontiers.