Combining Two Different Forms Of Art


Our New Collaboration with Lizamore & Associates!

During recent photo shoots, we began to notice that some of our clients incorporated works of art into their open plan kitchen living spaces. Often, as designers, we will include images of paintings or sculptures into our display photographs as a way of indicating where cupboards will not be placed. This resulted in us realizing that art has its own particular presence and is essential in allowing you to fully personalize your space and express your own creativity and style. It makes perfect sense that we should be celebrating the fine arts as we continue to uphold the art of kitchen design. A kitchen should be ergonomic and functional, but the beauty of a kitchen
is important too.
In an effort to celebrate these two very different but perfectly complimentary art forms, we have collaborated with the sought after art gallery, Lizamore & Associates, to ensure that the best contemporary art by South African artists find their way into your kitchen. We’ll be featuring Lizamore’s artists on our pages and incorporate their work into our photography, enabling you to experience a perfectly selected artwork in your living space and supporting some of finest local artists.

About Lizamore & Associates

LIZAMORE & ASSOCIATES Entering its 20th year of operation, Lizamore & Associates gallery has been showing the work of new, as well as established contemporary South African artists. Through devotion to consistent excellence, Lizamore & Associates have managed to capture the market with their transparent and honest business ethics, and they continue exploring transformative possibilities through contemporary art.

Lizamore & Associates hosts exhibitions with their family of artists and new artists and continuously presents exciting new projects. Lizamore & Associates gallery takes the view that by showing a considered combination of exhibitions of the work of more established names, as well as carefully selected new voices, the gallery can promote new prospects to collectors, while still serving the growing market of buyers who look for the sound investment opportunities presented by more known artists. Artists who the gallery regularly work with include Jan Tshikuthulu, Zolile Phetshane, Lindo Zwane, Gregg Price, Johan Stegmann, Patrick Seruwu, as well as other more established artists amongst others Karin Preller, Louis Olivier, Johan van der Schijff, Arabella Caccia and Judy Woodborne. They have worked with many artists in the past, launching their careers and allowing for good judgement of extra ordinary talent in South Africa.


Resurgance Exhibition Opening




During the COVID-19 Pandemic everyone worldwide has suffered; South Africa has faced an economic low while simultaneously dealing with hate crimes, poverty, and social injustices. In this new body of work Omogboye reflect's on this period and the hardships we have faced, then gazes into the future. Like many economic and socialistic pitfalls there will be a rise once again, there will be revival, there will be a hope, a rebirth. Throughout history every revival is lead by a younger generation, a generation that will not be worn by the past but will learn from it and move forward with optimism in the face of scrutiny. This new generation of light and hope will push forward and move us as a nation.

Using grey tonal values in his portraits, Omogboye will be acknowledging the past and by incorporating a light colour palate he symbolizes the future we are all striving for.


Solomon Omogboye was born in 1982 in Lagos. He had his early education in Lagos before proceeding to Lagos State Polytechnic with HND in ART AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGN (PAINTING) in 2007. He was awarded AADS best Artist of the Year in 2007.

He is a prolific painter. Encouraged by his mother, a teacher, Omogboye was introduced to drawing as a child. He has worked extensively as an art instructor in secondary schools in Lagos after his graduation and also practice art from his home studio. His paintings are a reflection of his thoughts, inspiration and ideas. The artists mainly uses charcoal, pastel, acrylic and oil on canvas. 

Omogboye relocated to South Africa in 2014 where he workrf as full time artist from his home studio and the Living Artists Emporium, Johannesburg. He is currently based at August House studios in Johannesburg, South Africa. Omogboye's works has attracted local and international attention over the years. He ranks among the young leading Nigerian artists.

Opening details:

Saturday 5th of June 2021
11:00 - 14:00
3 Hetty Avenue, Fairland, Johannesburg

Strict Covid-19 protocol is followed
Tea, coffee and refreshments
Secure parking

A sneak preview of the exhibition can be booked by appointment on Friday the 4th of June between 11:00 - 16:00.

Contact for more detail.