Buchi UpJohn Aghaji expresses his creativity through a variety of media including oil, watercolor and acrylic on canvas, burlap, paper, metal and wood.
Always interested in painting, his studies in the university steered him into commercial advertising where he worked for a year in Nigeria. It was not until he moved to England that he realized that he
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believes that one’s artistic creations cannot be separated from one’s experiences; therefore
he reaches deep into his cultural and spiritual experiences to come up with images that truly engage the viewer. A common element in his work is the use of traditional
“Uli” motifs, a unique form of expression found in his tribe, the Igbos of Nigeria. Uli is the art of body decorations, consisting of lines and patterns that convey such admirable qualities as the strength, fertility, humility and compassion of the individuals they adorn; Upjohn says that using these motifs allows him to remind everyone that these are the inner qualities we must seek to cultivate. This combining of the best of the “old” and the “new” come together to make his
work a unique and exhilarating experience.
Upjohn’s work has received much acclaim and recognition and can be found in private and public collections across the globe