Here is a photo I took this past week while traveling.
Pleased to see that my mural from 2 years ago is still up at UB, around the time I learned how to draw. It was inspired by my nephew’s travel to Tajikistan where he saw Buzkashi and the Werner Herzog film “Cave of Forgotten Dreams.” I chose the wall because it was slanted and hard to reach, reminding me of a cave. Also noticed that students and teachers use these lit up vending machines underneath it during the day, a contrast between modern and ancient.
I drew this portrait of my uncle George Kakooza standing in front of one of his paintings at his art exhibit in France.
Part of a new series at Find Create Joy, profiling awesome people.
“One of the bravest things I’ve ever done is facing up to living in Brooklyn without a job and deciding I would do anything I needed to do to move forward. This led me to decide to move home after living in New York City for 5-6 years.”
I drew this portrait of the 35th Kabaka of Buganda, Edward Mutesa II.
I drew this portrait of the 34th Kabaka of Buganda, Daudi Chwa II. Daudi means David and Kabaka means King in Luganda. Kabaka Wange means My Kng.
I drew this.