Already, Osazuwa Osagie is getting close to 30 years in post-training practice. He represents a section of his generation of artists that are immersed in the studio, but he hopes to strengthen his influence as a pioneer in full-time studio profession.
It has been observed that some artists, among those who promoted full-time studio practice in the 1980s seemed to have sub-consciously withdrawn from art exhibition circuits in the last one decade. Osagie, although is “fulfilled” in his almost 30 years career, is apparently ready to engage the public in stronger terms. This is more so as he intends to move into another stage of art practice. And since last year when he held his solo art exhibition titled Views in Colours at the National Museum, Onikan, Lagos after a very long break, he would not want to go back into reclution again.
Osagie is currently strengthening