February Schedule

I will be traveling out of state for the last week of February and, due to quarantine rules, will not be able to welcome visitors to the gallery for the week before and after (February 15th to March 6th).  But the Indigo Arts website will be active as always, and I will be able to ship orders out except during the week from February 21st to March 1st.

Oveer the last year the Indigo Arts website has remained active despite the widespread shutdowns due to the COVID-19 virus.   Under current rules I have been able to resume operations but must limit visitors to the gallery, by appointment only.   I am able to pack and ship most orders within a few days.   Shipping times have increased during this period.  USPS has been so slow that we recommend avoiding it entirely, at least for the present.  Parcels sent by 2 or 3 Day Priority Mail may take 2 to 4 weeks to arrive.
Please stay safe in these difficult times.  
We wish you all a healthier, saner and more civil 2021.

Phillip Oluwafemi Babarinlo

About the Artist

Phillip Oluwafemi Babarinlo (in Philadelphia), September 2010

Philip Oluwafemi Babarinlo was born in Osogbo (Oshogbo), Osun State, Nigeria in 1946.  His artistic talent was discovered while he was still in primary school.  He won many awards at various art festivals organized by the government.
He attended All Saints Primary School and Anglican Secondary School, both in Osogbo.  He attended Yekini Atanda's workshop, whwere he learned the art of batik.  
In 1970 he attended Jimoh Buraimoh's Art workshop, where he worked under Buraimoh and became a painter and mosaic artist.  In 1973 he moved to Zaria.  He  was discovered by Mr. Ademola Williams, who brought him to the attention of the Zamaru Art workshop, organized by the Fine Art Department at Ahmadu Bello University, and directed by Dr. Wangboje.  He started printing and studied the technique of ink and oil painting for which he is known.  
He participated in group exhibitions at the British Council in Kaduna.  In 1975 he exhibited at the Commonwealth Art Gallery in London, and subsequently exhibited elsewhere in West Africa, Europe and the United States (where he now lives).  Oluwafemi Babarinlo is a member of the Society of Nigerian Artists and the Osun State Art Council.

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Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-1

2008
Oil on paper (20 5/8" h x 16 3/4"w)

$300
Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-4

1997
Oil on paper (16 1/2" h. x 20 1/4"w.)

$300
Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-5

1997
Oil on paper (16" h. x 20 1/4"w.)

$300
Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-8

1997
Oil on paper (19 1/2" h. x 15 1/2"w.)

$300
Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-11

1997
Oil on paper (19 1/2" h. x 12 3/4"w.)

$300
Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-12

c.2012
Oil and marker on paper (20" h. x 15 1/4"w.)

$300
Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-13

c.2012
Oil and marker on paper (21 1/2" h. x 13"w.)

$300
Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-15

c.2012
Oil and marker on paper (18 1/2" h. x 12 1/4"w.)

$300
Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-16

c.2012
Oil and marker on paper (20 1/4" h. x 16 1/4"w.)

$300
Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-17

c.2012
Oil and marker on paper (17 3/4" h. x 12 "w.)

$300
Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-18

c.2012
Oil and marker on paper (18 1/4" h. x 12 1/4"w.)

$300
Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-2

1997
Oil on paper (19 1/4" h x 10 1/2"w)

$225
Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-14

c.2012
Oil and marker on paper (19 1/2" h. x 15 1/4"w.)

$300
Product Status: 
Sold
Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Oshogbo, Nigeria
SKU: Oluf-3

1997
Oil on paper (20 1/2" h x 12 1/2"w)

$225
Product Status: 
Sold