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Candy Melt

by Ejiwa "Edge" Ebenebe

Originally created for the 2020 Vancouver Mural Festival group art show.

Figures engulfed in paint is a theme I find myself repeatedly pulled towards, and I wonder if it’s a visual echo of the way ideating and creating often manifests for me; like being buried beneath an exciting deluge of vibrant colour.


Medium: Oil paint on Primed Wooden panel⁣

Framing: Unframed (ready to hang)⁣

Dimensions: 10″ x 10″⁣ x 1″

*Artwork will ship from Canada.


Product Height: 10"
Product Width: 10"
Product Depth: 2"
Product Surface / Material: Oil on Primed Wooden Panel⁣

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Ejiwa "Edge" Ebenebe is a Nigerian-Canadian artist/illustrator currently based in BC, Canada. While their parentage is Nigerian, they were born outside of their homeland, and went on to experience multiple cultures throughout their childhood and early adulthood.

As an immigrant artist, they wrestle with the concept of community and identity, both within themself and in the work they create, and strives to create representation for voices (particularly Black and/or LGBTQ+ folks) who are often pushed out of positive, empowering narratives.

But also echoing throughout their work is a love for the whimsical, ethereal visions of the fairy tales and folk stories they grew up immersed in. From their passion for rich, vibrant colours, to the love of elaborate ornamentation, their varying homes have moulded their creative perspective in strong ways.

Though they are currently currently building their life in Canada, these roots continue to weave themselves throughout each piece they create. In combining all these influences they hope to create artwork that is both uplifting and whimsical, a respite from life’s rigors.

Other Ways To Support Their Work:

Print Shop: Inprnt.com/gallery/ArtOfEdge
Patreon: Patreon.com/ArtOfEdge