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Vivian Timothy Lit Up House of Parliament with Powerful African paintings for GAWW Launch!

Vivian Timothy lights up house of parliament with paintings

Vivian Timothy, came all the way from Germany to  light up the Parliament house with Amazing and powerful African paintings for Global Africa Women’s Week (GAWW) launch on Monday July 4th, 2016. The portraite above is the ‘FACE’ represent the ABUSED WOMEN OF AFRICA, sexually and otherwise, the marginalized and the forgotten, lost female voices  in the wake of greed, corruption, bad government, religious segregation and poverty.

“When Dr. Pauline Long asked me to do this with her I was so thrilled  because I believe in the power of  ” WE”. An African proverb says ,” If you want to go fast, go alone but if you want to go far, go together. And this is  the unique quality that Pauline Long have.  She believes  in the mighty force of great minds working together.
Thanks to  Pauline  Long for making this Happen”. She said.
 
 
Portraits Showcased at UK Parliament July 4th 2016

Vivian Timothy lights up house of parliament with paintings

“I used this as a THEME PICTURE because I think it says it all. The traditional Malian women with the big earrings represent the beauty and the strength of an African woman. It  represent and speaks for these forgotten and suppressed voices of the rural and the African women in general. The  “modern day” African woman,  do not want to stay in the dark anymore. We don’t want to be taken for granted any longer. We want to speak for ourselves and participate strongly in decisions concerning homes, communities and nation at large”.


Vivian Timothy Paintings at Global Africa Women's Week UK
 Vivian Timothy Paintings
“These two represented my Strong African beauties, my strong African warriors that has conquered the test of time. We still conquering and there is no stopping us”.
 

 

“I used these 4 paintings to remind the society that it is these rural African women that raised these strong men and women in our nations. All these presidents, leaders of all classes emanated from these women. If we like it or not, these are the voices that moved the world and  is still moving the world. So I speak for you with my paintings “you beautiful ever happy dedicated lost Voices”.

Vivian Timothy Paintings

“This last painting represent the MODERN Day AFRICAN WOMAN. She is a president. She is a minister. She is a director. She is leader. She is an artist. She is an Enterprising. She is a mentor. She is a mother. She is  a wife. She is a friend. SHE IS MULTI-TASKING. She is a happier woman”.
 

Vivian Timothy is no doubt a talented artist. Her paintings deeply embedded in African roots and clearly showcase  African lifestyle in a beautiful way. Paintings enriched with themes of nature, women, culture and heritage. Original artworks with metamorphic visions rich in sincerity, love and passion. Paintings that speak and interpret coded and uncoded messages to the world.


If you missed, read about GAWW UK Lauch here

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks to Africandazzle Magazine for this great Article. And thanks to Dr. Pauline Long for Initiating and fostering the Global African Women’s Week (GAWW) which was held at the Houses of Parliament that has given back the voice to African women. I hope and believe that the (GAWW) Forum would be an Avenue of further exposition and expansion of the Latent Qualities in the African Woman.

  2. We all are Born with Talents which sometime take many years to shine, the only important Thing is to stay true to your Talent when you grow up. Welldone Art Unleashed Vivian Timothy.

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