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The ability to hold a moment

They say the secret to a good portrait is in the eyes and there couldn't be a more powerful yet soft stare captured here in Daniel Oruwhone's 'Oshare'. A painterly surface not just full of life but seeming to hold a moment between you.

Born in 1996, Daniel is an artist based in Nigeria. After receiving a Diploma in Art and Design from The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Nigeria in 2017, his work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions in Nigeria, the USA and France.

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Great share! Wow, this post really captivated me and allowed me to hold onto a moment in a unique way. The image here reminds me of the megalophobia test, evoking a sense of awe and fascination. The sheer scale depicted in the picture is both intimidating and intriguing, making it a perfect subject for anyone interested in exploring the limits of their comfort zones. I appreciate how the post not only sparks curiosity but also provides an opportunity for self-reflection.

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