Erick AyotI and George Odongo - The village creative art centre
Erick graduated from Mwangaza in 2008 and George graduated in 2010. Erick currently teaches at Mwangaza art school. Erick and George's stall can be found behind Nakumatt in Kisumu town. Images of their art work may be found below.
Eric Obonyo - Kisumu art house
Eric Obongo graduated from Mwangaza in 2007. He currently sells his paintings through Kisumu Art House. He paints in a space behind the art house and began drawing when he was young. His work can be found below.
Willis otieno - Taka taka treasure
Willis Otieno graduated from Mwangaza in 1999. His shop is called Taka Taka Treasure. Willis began creating art using egg shells in 2008. He has won several awards including best innovative style in arts and best stand in fine arts. Examples of his work may be found below.
seth and vincent - across from impala park
Seth and Vincent are Mwangaza graduates. They graduated in 1997. Their work may be found below.
Edward, David, and samuel - maasai market
Edward, David, and Samuel are graduates of Mwangaza. They graduated in 1999. David teaches at Kisumu Junior and Senior Academy. They have worked in their current location since 2009. Their work was recently featured at the Moko Mach art exhibition at Kiboko Bay. Their work can be found below.
Kennedy ochieng - Kondele
Ken graduated from Mwangaza in 2012. In addition to his art work, Ken works as a performing artist with the Kombe Kombe theatre company. Kombe Kombe produces theatre for education in the community. Ken works at a stall in Kondele. His work may be found below.
Maurice graduated from Mwangaza in 2012. Maurice studied art in secondary school at Kisumu Day and then continued his studies at Mwangaza. In addition to his fine art, Maurice is also a member of a band called The Six String Band. Maurice plays guitar and writes his own songs. Maurice also teaches part time through the Lutheran Church. He teaches young children how to do various crafts.