Thursday, 7 January 2016

Joyce R.Gottelieb sends christmas Gift.

Thanks to Joyce R.Gottelieb
I am highly honored to receive a wonderful gift from Joyce .R.Gottelieb  who has been supporting  my Talent and  Inspired me to start UCASDR program in order providing basic skills to the grass root  communities in Uganda.
Thank you so much Joyce and Chet.
Glory to God

Wednesday, 16 December 2015

UCASDR T-shirts, for sale to support our programm.

8$ for the round neck

8$ for the round neck

All T-shirts that is how they look like on back view

Front view

10$ for the collar T-shirt

Back view

All supporters around Kampala delivery is  free we have got different colors depending depending on your choice.Round T-shirt 8$. T-shirt with coller 10$

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Makerere University Assoc. Prof. Francis Xavier Ifee to voluntaliriy Join Uganda community Art skill Development and Recycling(UCASDR) as an advisor

 Assoc. Francis Xavier Ifee

Assoc. Prof. Francis Xavier Ifee is the Head of Department of Fine Art at the Margaret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Arts – Makerere University, Kampala.
He has participated in international and national art exhibitions in several places such as: Italy, Vancouver, Cairo, Nairobi, Cologne and Leverkusen.
Ifee is a prolific landscape painter; he has aspects of finely developed intuition, artistic sensitivity, free handling of various pictorial methods and media (such as oils, acrylics, powders, and water colours) with profound and lyrical expression.

In his modest landscape subjects the artist exhibits lucid poetic visions and a consummate skill to render peculiar and fearful images into eloquent cool colour harmonies.

He believes that ‘Not all pictures in gold frames are masterpieces; among them are pictures with high and low values, different from one another as diamond differs from simsim paste.’

And he strongly asserts that, ‘A good work of art is like life itself; it does not need to be explained before it is enjoyed. No one has ever asked for the price of air, but air must simply be breathed.’
Currently he does a voluntary work as the Programme adviser for the Uganda Community Art Skill Development and Recycling based in Nansana and Kalerwe in  Kampala.