Ruth Mwende Mutisya has quickly become a rising star in the Kenyan Art Scene. Her ability to mix traditional with modern techniques has resulted in some stunningly unique pieces that have caught the eye of collectors both inside and outside of Kenya.
Mutisya’s work often surprises viewers with its agility, moving between different styles and genres with ease. This versatility is something that has helped her to stand out from other artists working in Kenya today.
Ruth began painting at the age of 5. She showed a natural talent for art and enjoyed creating abstract pieces. Painting was a way for her to express herself and she often found it to be therapeutic. As she got older, Ruth’s style evolved and she began experimenting with different mediums and techniques. She became known for her delicate yet powerful paintings that conveyed emotion and stories. People were drawn to Ruth’s artwork because it was so unique and personal. She continued to paint throughout her life, using art as a way to connect with others and share her innermost thoughts and feelings.
For Ruth, art is not a black and white world. It is a steppingstone into the vast world of imaginations. She sees art as a way to express herself and her creativity. It is a way to communicate with the world around her.
Ruth began expressing herself through art at a young age. She would often spend hours drawing and painting. As she got older, she began to explore other forms of art such as sculpting. She enjoys experimenting with different mediums and techniques.
Ruth believes that art is for everyone. It is not something that should be confined to a formula or restricted to only a few people. She believes that everyone has their own unique perspective and that artwork should reflect that.
Ruth at Loreto Convent Secondary School
Mutisya is a young artist with a bright future ahead of her. We can’t wait to see what she does next!