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'Living' An exhibition of Paintings by Patricia Ogundero

Press Release

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Patricia Ogundero

23 April – 23 May 2008

Paintings that capture living, transforming the ordinary into the unique and shedding new light on familiar surroundings

Patricia Ogundero

Living is an exciting new exhibition by Patricia Ogundero. The artist’s paintings offer us a unique insight into multiple facets of our everyday lives, reflecting the vibrant colours of the world around us. They are infused all at once with joy, love, sorrow and a sense of well-being.

Titles include Starburst, Big Ben, Dreamer, Turbulent Love and the artist’s personal favourites Three little Friends at the Park and Fishes in the Sky. The viewer, seeing aspects of their own lives reflected through Ogundero’s work, will experience a desire to be a part of this unique perspective of Living.

The work is contemporary, with refashioned African and European style, combining to create a technique which is truly the artist’s own.

A renowned Nigerian painter, Patricia Ogundero is now one of Hillingdon’s most popular artists and her work is widely shown in public and private collections across Nigeria and the UK. She runs her own studio and teaches Fine Art in Colleges of Further Education.

All works are for sale and competitively priced.

Entrance Free

Exhibition opening times: Monday to Friday from 10am – 6pm.

To arrange a viewing and/or to receive a price list, please contact Gwendolyn White tel. 020 7766 9209 (direct line) or email:

Groups must telephone in advance: Tel. 020 7766 9200

Venue: The Royal Commonwealth Society
At the Commonwealth Club
5 Northumberland Avenue, London WC2N 5AP

Nearest stations: Charing Cross and Embankment.

Buses: 6, 24,29,171,12,91

Note to Editors

The Royal Commonwealth Society is a registered charity whose aims are to promote international understanding of the nature and working of the Commonwealth, and of the factors which shape the lives of its people. Underlining the work of the RCS is the belief that an understanding of the Commonwealth is the key to creating successful multi-cultural societies across the world. The RCS provides gallery space for both well-known and ‘up-and-coming’ artists, whose works grace the walls of the Commonwealth Club Gallery, bringing artistic nourishment to members, guests and the general public.

Gwendolyn Ebony A White
Senior Project Manager Cultural Affairs

Tel: +44 (0)20 7766 9209
Fax: +44 (0)20 7930 9705


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