Nafeesah Hodges is an intuitive abstract painter who lives in Newark, NJ. Her abstract art pays homage to the emotions felt from love and pain. She expresses herself through different materials and mediums. Self-taught, Nafeesah begin painting as a means of dealing with life and the pain caused from heartbreak. She uses acrylic paints and oil pastels on canvas. She also creates collages on paper to create other compositions
P. Wamaitha Ng’ang’a (born 1982) is a Kenyan-British visual artist and photographer based in London, England. Using mixed media and photography, Wamaitha creates works that confront contemporary issues on women and children rights, social, political and environmental issues and cultural identity. She also works with self-portraiture in the realm of art therapy and symbolism communication, exploring the interconnections of nature, spirituality and healing. This process is a personal catharsis and reconciliation of the physical and psychological journey as she deals with her health. She studied Photography (First class BA Hons) and Media, Campaigning and Social Change (MA) at the University of Westminster, England.