The artwork talks about love life of a woman to her beloved husband after he went to fight for his country during the war. They talked all the time through the public telephone and shared love together like they were never apart.
Digital art, 2020
Moses Ojo is a young Nigerian art enthusiast who uses his mind as a Vista for making captivating arts while using his brushes and watercolors thereby speaking reality through his arts and crafts to his viewers.
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