Tendekai: “To Remain Humble and Creative”

Artist name: Tendekai

Featured Work 1: Painting from the Tendakai Challenge


Tendakai’s work reflects on  places and their inhabitants up close and from afar. With a fluid, lyrical, and rich painting style, he captures imagery from Africa to London with care and emotional presence. His works are varied, strong, beautiful, and alive.

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5 Questions for the Artist:

1. What is art to you?

Art is a lifestyle.

2. What did you make in the past, and why?

I have been working on a variety of work including portraits, landscapes
and sculpture.  Using different mediums and materials available, I have
produced  a substantial amount  of paintings and illustrations.

3. What are you making now, and why?

I am working on my portfolio, revisiting my past and present work to see
the development in time and skills as an artist.

4. What are your hopes for the future?

My hopes for the future is to remain humble and creative and use the two as a
my vehicle in my life.

5.  What else do you want to say?

Success is happiness, love is the influence. Please visit my website :
www.tendekai.co.uk  and follow me @tendezart.

Artist Supplied Background:

Tendekai is an African born  London based artist known as Tendez in his practice. His complete lifestyle revolves around  an artistic practice  through  which  he manages to explore his talent and skills.

His work varies by using mixed media to illustrate the diverse cultures of art and advantages of his African background and heritage in his artistry. He believes that art has many definitions because the world is concreted by different ideas that create the ways we live. He has developed as a  brand that  generates ideas, to make art a living key towards success. Influenced by his education, Tendekai adopted many exercises that kept him focused on a simple but sophisticated approach towards life within the art industry.


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