The subject of review this week is Pen work by Ian Muraya. It a piece that was produced in on the tenth of November last year. this does not mean that it was done in one day. Instead, this implies that it was the day that the artist finalized all the elements and saw that they satisfied his vision. The pen work by Ian Muraya speaks for itself at the very first encounter with it. The image provokes a thought process. If it were in a movie or real hi-tech situation, we would visualize data being scanned through the database of what has been observed over time. And with every hit, the eyes of the observer glow in recognition. In this case, the person looking at this piece of art named Pen work by Ian Muraya would recognize the face based on what they have known over time. Bob Marley.
It is quite tempting to go into the details of the personality in Pen work by Ian Muraya, but that would need dozens of volumes and buckets of ink. However, it is important to note that when you observe the Image of Bob Marley, philosophy, art, music, humanity, freedom, emancipation, free thought, and liberation, among others, will always criss-cross the sinuses of your brain and pave way to a message of the standpoints which the personality stood for. That is when you realize that,
the work of an artist, like in the case of oral tradition, is often to create a permanent image in the mind of a generation, existing and future, for the purposes of driving forward certain beliefs, morals, and lessons
The pen work by Ian Muraya does this in its own kind of way. The noble work of an artist.