2013 Insaka International artists workshop participants the Mosi-O-Tunya falls enjoying a light moment. David Mwansa, Seble Weldeamanuel, Chilonga Haji, Mulenga Mulenga, Victor Mwakalombe, Aubrey Chali, Lombe Nsama and Ngandwe Mwaba. Josef Baier giving a presentation and his experience with the environment in which he was working in……
Hennelie Coetzee work of portraits using charcoal and animal fat as paint.
Mwandale (Big Mama) Mwanyekwa of Tanzania working on her sculpture
Peter Oendo Kenyanya and Yang Xi
Othiniel Lingwabo Seble Weldeamanuel slow spoken but her work from the on set of the 2013 Insakartists workshop live to tell more stories…………………..
David Mwansa is one of the artist who showed great enthusiasm during the workshop David Chibwe is one of Zambia’s senior artists who attended the 6th International workshop…. though advanced in age his work still showed youthfulness. His discipline towards his work was a source of much needed inspiration to the upcoming new generation of artists.David Mwansa during the walk about presentation for the workshop. “MASS DECEPTION” a piece done by Gladys Kalichini who despite her late arrival in the workshop due to her exams came in with such great enthusiasm the inspired many to continue working in the scotching sun without letup.
Ilari Kahonen doing his part of the performance Paivi Maunu and Chifuchi Kandala doing a performance piece Paivi Maunu and Ilari Kahonen working on their collaborative piece which was left near the site of the workshop as an environmental art pie…. the on set of the workshop the two did not did not hesitate but embarked on a quest to source materials in the near by community to complete their piece which included a performance on the “opening day”
a work by Twatasha Kabwe
Ellis Oyekola from Nigeria giving us his presentation. His work is characterized by creation of colorful backgrounds on which are superimposed geometric African motifs in silhouette reminiscent of African sculptural images and masks to give a dramatic visual effect………
Zambian artists who went ahead of the group setting up camp in readiness for the Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010 Mercy Moyo of Zimbabwe at the Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010
Akililu Temesgen doing a performance, Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010
Muhammad El Masry from Egypt during the walkabout, Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010
an installation by Joseph Shakulipa done at the Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010
Kingsley Kapobe, Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010
Kingsley Kapobe giving a presentation on his work during the Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010
way to the camp site, Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010
Caleb Chisha one of the young artist presenting his his work to his fellow workshop participants,Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010
Nigerian artist Ellis Oyekola, working at Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010
Joseph Shakulipa land art, Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010
Charles Chambata explaining the meaning of his work during the artists walkabout, Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010
an installation by Aklilu Temegsen from Ethiopia, at the 2010 Insakartists Workshop,No Name Camp, Livingstone
Agnes Lubumbashi was inspired by the Bemba Traditional symbles ( Zambian Tribe) to express her creativity,
Crawford Mandumbwa a Zambian Artists based in Botswana where he is an art teacher at a private school. In his work he endeavors to make social commentary on the day to day life
Caroline Miyoba a Zambian artist whose work is an exploration of colors and ideas emanating from personal experiences. They are simply works of feeling and the society around the Insakartists workshop 2010.
Aklilu Temesgen of Ethiopia applying his colors to his parting called ‘zambia’ inspired by the workshop environment Insakartists workshop 2010
Kingsley Kapobe at his tent doing what he does best and that’s making art!
Insaka International Artists Workshop camp for 2010
Caleb Chisha A young Zambian artists who had much to benefit from the interaction he got from more experienced artists both international and local artists.
Mary Ogembo is A Kenyan artist whose experimental works got inspiration from the environment and culture of around.
Caroline Mbirua a Kenyan artists had this about her experience at the 2010 Insakartists workshop. “I have been greatly inspired by the beauty and originality of the nature around me and I fell the workshop couldn’t have come at a better time to revive the landscape artist in me. My painting talk about how the nature talks to me through colors and form ,I simplify them to soft tones and they are easily interpreted by viewers”.
A young female artist form Zambia Mulenga J Mulenga
Chai Mulola from Livingstone on Open Day , Insakartists Workshop 2010
The participants of the Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010 at the Livingstone Museum the tourist capital.
a work produced by John Beadle from the the Bahamas,Insaka International Artists Workshop 2010
Maryann Gathenya from Kenya and Sheila Nakitende of Uganda during Insaka International Artists workshop in 2007
Adrian Musaiwale Ngoma working on his paintings in Siavonga, Insakartists Workshop 2007.
Tom Phiri doing his thing at the Insaka International Artists Workshop 2007
Nsama Lombe at Insaka International Artists Workshop 2007, Butete Bay, Siavonga.