Beauty of Africa
3 - 29 February, 2024
Echoes of Africa
Join us at Banana Hill Art Gallery from September 2nd to October 20th, and let the powerful "Echoes of Africa" by Kalule Herbert and Edison Mugalu leave an indelible imprint on your senses and soul. This exhibition promises to be an immersive and enlightening experience, inviting you to explore Africa's past, present, and future through the eyes and hands of two exceptionally talented artists.
Banana Hill Art Gallery invites you to step into the world of Karishma Sameer's artistry, where brushstrokes weave the stories of women and nature. Her unique blend of impression and expression art creates a mesmerising tapestry of emotions and colours. With a deep-rooted inspiration from societal dynamics, Karishma's paintings celebrate the strength and beauty of women, capturing their resilience in both monochrome and polychrome styles. Through oil and water-based mediums, her canvases come alive with stories waiting to be explored. Discover the transformative power of creativity through Karishma's exceptional artworks.
African Life Celebrations
Banana Hill Art Gallery invites you to experience the captivating world of Jeff Wambugu's solo exhibition from June 3 to June 30, 2023. Get lost in his haunting figurative portraits, which expertly capture the complexity of human experience. Don't miss this transformative showcase of Wambugu's talent.
Of Savannah Shades
Join us at the Banana Hill Art Gallery as we embark on a visual journey through landscapes that stir the soul and ignite the imagination. Don't miss this remarkable showcase of Caroline Mbirua's talent and her ability to capture the essence of nature on canvas. See you there!
50 Frames of Transition
Join us at Banana Hill Art Gallery as we delve into the depths of Ibrahim Muwanga's artistry in a solo exhibition titled "50 Frames of Transition", where every stroke tells a tale, every colour holds meaning, and every canvas speaks volumes. Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to witness the power of storytelling through art.
The Last Born of Melody
Banana Hill Art Gallery is pleased to present "The Last Born of Melody," an enthralling art exhibition by Ethiopian artist Nega Yilma. Join us for a celebration of creativity, culture, and community.
Banana Hill Art Gallery is thrilled to announce a solo exhibition of works by renowned visual artist Mike Kyalo. This exciting event will showcase Kyalo's unique and captivating style, which combines vibrant colors, bold patterns, and abstract imagery to create a rich visual tapestry.
Let's Not Think About Tomorrow
Banana Hill Art Gallery is delighted to present "Let's Not Think About Tomorrow" a group exhibition by artists Andrew Nyaga and Leezie Kiambi. All are welcome to visit.
Kids and Nature
Banana Hill Art Gallery is delighted to present a solo exhibition, Women Into Family, by Ugandan artist David Kigozi
Banana Hill Art Gallery is delighted to present a solo exhibition, Continue, by Kenyan artist Meek Gichugu
Women Into Family
Banana Hill Art Gallery is delighted to present a solo exhibition, Women Into Family, by Tanzanian artist Haji Chilonga
Banana Hill Art Gallery is delighted to present a group exhibition entitled, Women's Touch: Representations of the nature, society and shape design. The exhibition takes its name from the 3 imaginative artists, Eunice Wadu, Maggie Otieno and Rahab Shine.
Three Creative Tales
Banana Hill Art Gallery is delighted to present 'Three Creative Tales' a group exhibition by artists Caroline Mbirua, Esther Mukuhi and Nayianoi Sitonik. All are welcome to visit.
Woodcut Art Exhibition
Banana Hill Art Gallery is delighted to present 'Woodcut Art Exhibition' a colourful exhibition by Robert Yiga. All are welcome to visit.
Colours, Images and Shapes
Banana Hill Art Gallery is delighted to present 'Colours, Images and Shapes' a group exhibition by artist Alex Wainaina and Samuel Njuguna. All are welcome to visit.
Banana Hill Art Gallery is delighted to present 'Wild Portraits' by artist Damba Ismail. This exhibition considers the powerful role of art in exploring wildlife and its beauty. All are welcome to visit.
Power of Three
Banana Hill Art Gallery is delighted to present a group exhibition entitled, Power of Three: Representations of the self, others and states of mind in art. The exhibition takes its name from the 3 eclectic artists curated by Shine Tani.
Banana Hill Art Gallery is delighted to present "Beauty of Africa" by David Kigozi
Embark on a sensory journey that transcends borders and captures the very essence of Africa. From February 3 to February 29, 2024, Banana Hill Art Gallery takes great pleasure in showcasing the exquisite works of Ugandan painter and sculptor, David Kigozi, in the unmissable exhibition, "Beauty of Africa."