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The Revenge of Textile in Art, an international online solo textile arts exhibition by Danielle Mbenda, opens on August 01 and will continue through August 31, 2022.
Texas artist, Danielle Mbenda was born in Cameroon. As expressed in her statement her work addresses social and cultural needs and intends to empower women in communities around the globe while promoting identity and inclusion as a global heritage. Behind each creation lies an inspiration from her lifetime of experiences and lifelong passion as an artist.
Visit this unique exhibition and walk into his magical world of geometric shapes at https://www.exhibizone.com/the-revenge-of-textile-in-art-exhibition
Danielle Mbenda is a Texas artist, born in Cameroon and based in Austin. with nothing more than passion, a laptop, and a dream. She is a self-taught artist with a strong background in Architecture, IT Software Development, and Therapeutic Art.
As a little girl, I've always had that passion for doing things on my own in a unique way. Rather than going with the same old or following the convention when it comes to my outfits and accessories, I've always been interested in getting something new, unique, that no one hasn't seen before. In fact, I designed my school outfit when I was12 years old.
Transitioning from a young girl to a woman wasn't quite easy with my life experience as a victim of violence. I'm committed to supporting and empowering other victims.
The artworks I create are from a cultural perspective. I would like to showcase the fact that there's inherent strength, beauty, and values in African background and heritage. I firmly believe that Culture is the possibility of creating, renewing, and sharing values, the inspiration which increases the vitality of humanity. I believe that valuable cultural exchange is mutual and offers the opportunity for deeper and prolonged commitment between people, and encourages responsible global citizenry.