Marvit Ijeoma Ahanonu says her works connect people to their deeper spiritual self, truth and experiences.
Her art is expressed in paintings, designs, music, fashion and architecture.
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Having done a few projects for highly notable first citizens in Africa, she prides her artistic prowess in her design collaborations for clients such as celebrities, institutions in Canada, and other government officials without borders.
She also exhibited in several countries including Canada as part of the 12 finalists out of over 200 entries for the Ivanhoe Cambridge Art Place Ville Marie exhibition in Montreal.
Marvit had her majors in Architecture with Covenant University where she graduated with a first-class degree and also won a national competition along with her team on the National Creative Architects competition.
She said she had a very strong positive energy and work ethics with her art medium which ranges from acrylic, oil on canvas, clay, and digital media.