Looking for best Artworks

ARTWORKS: include: land art, painting, graphic design, ceramics, sculpture, wall illustration, textile design( batik, tie and dye, marbling, wall hanging) and industrial arts. Mowit kulture is also into SALE OF ARTWORKS, both locally and international. A work of art in the visual arts is a physical two- or three- dimensional object that is professionally determined or otherwise considered to fulfill a primarily independent aesthetic function. A singular art object is often seen in the context of a larger art movement or artistic era, such as: a genre, aesthetic convention, culture, or regional-national distinction. It can also be seen as an item within an artist's "body of work" or oeuvre. The term is commonly used by: museum and cultural heritage curators, the interested public, the art patron-private art collector community, and art galleries.
Physical objects that document immaterial or conceptual art works, but do not conform to artistic conventions can be redefined and reclassified as art objects. The products of Arts we are into include: land art, painting, graphic design, ceramics, sculpture, textile design( batik, tie and dye, marbling, wall hanging) and industrial arts.
Art is a diverse range of human activities in creating visual, auditory or performing artifacts (artworks), expressing the author's imaginative or technical skill, intended to be appreciated for their beauty or emotional power. In their most general form these activities include the production of works of art, the criticism of art, the study of the history of art, and the aesthetic dissemination of art.
Our documented forms of art are visual arts, which include creation of images or objects in fields including painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, and other visual media. Architecture is often included as one of the visual arts; however, like the decorative arts, or advertising, it involves the creation of objects where the practical considerations of use are essential—in a way that they usually are not in a painting, for example. Music, theatre, film, dance, and other performing arts, as well as literature and other media such as interactive media, are included in a broader definition of art or the arts. Until the 17th century, art referred to any skill or mastery and was not differentiated from crafts or sciences. In modern usage after the 17th century, where aesthetic considerations are paramount, the fine arts are separated and distinguished from acquired skills in general, such as the decorative or applied arts.

Perspective plays a major role in drawing which is very important because it capture how we see the world.

  1. 1.Perspective in drawing is to make the viewers feels like a participant in it rather than just a spectator; it simply invites the viewers to create their own viewpoint within the drawing.
  2. 2.Perspective is use to suggest the illusion of a three dimensional elements on a two dimensional paper. 3.Depicting an image as it is viewed by the artist and giving the right representation on a flat surface. It does not make drawing flat.
  3. 4.Perspective introduces a sense of depth into a drawing by creating space and making it real. It portrays the reality of any scene arrangement: it introduce a scene of depth in drawing, creating space and making works real, it trigger movement in the viewer’s eye, pulling them into the picture, seeing what is behind every object and letting them experience what may have only previously existed in your imagination.
  4. 5.Perspective makes drawing more interesting and also contributes to it by making it more complete.
  5. 6.An image with depth and perspective often arouse the viewer’s interest and feel part of it than the flatter images.
  6. 8.Perspective shows the vanishing point
  7. Perspective help to overcome the problem of foreshortening,
  8. 9.Perspective also helps in enhancing drawing techniques.

There are two main types of perspective, they are: Linear and aerial or atmospheric perspective, these are mostly needed to make an illusion effective, they both create convincing illusion of three dimensions on a two dimension plane.

Looking for Quality Printing

PUBLISHING: Our Printing include: poster, flyers, souvenirs like jotter, exercise books, notepad, key holder, calendar), programme for wedding, birthday, convocation, funeral, invitation cards, awards plaque, certificate, letterhead, envelope, packaging etc.  After the end of editing and design work, the printing phase begins. The first step involves the production of a pre-press proof, which the printers send for final checking and sign-off by the publisher. This proof shows the book precisely as it will appear once printed and represents the final opportunity for the publisher to find and correct any errors. Some printing companies use electronic proofs rather than printed proofs. Once the publisher has approved the proofs, printing – the physical production of the printed work – begins.
A new printing process has emerged as printing on demand (POD). The book is written, edited, and designed as usual, but it is not printed until the publisher receives an order for the book from a customer. This procedure ensures low costs for storage and reduces the likelihood of printing more books than will be sold.
Our Printing includes:
Poster, flyers, souvenirs like jotter, exercise books, notepad, key holder, calendar), programme for wedding, birthday, convocation, funeral, invitation cards, awards plaque, certificate, letterhead, envelope, packaging
Big jobs or small, MOWIT KULTURE can handle your printing needs including:

  • direct mail
  • posters (mounted on foam core as needed)
  • newsletters
  • annual reports
  • stationery
  • manuals
  • programs
  • menus
  • brochures
  • short-run publications
  • prototype magazines

 We also offer several binding and finishing options to complete your projects including:

  • saddle stitch and perfect binding
  • spiral binding
  • laminating
  • 3-hole drilling
  • shrink wrapping
  • waferseal-handwork
  • trifold, z-fold and letterfold
  • map folding

With a normal turnaround time of six working days, you'll always receive the quality, service at affordable price.

Edu: Student of the year Championship

EDU CONSULTANT: MOWIT educational consultant is an independent consultant who helps parents/students and organizations with educational planning. They are classed as "educational, vocational, and school counsellors." Educational Consultants, however, are normally self-employed (or are part of consulting firms), while school counsellors are employed by a school.
Inter-School Competition tagged “Student of the Year Championship”


Studies have found that visualisation makes a difference to professional athletes’ performance, so why don’t we as students practice doing it as well? Student should be able to express themselves within the following Task: Mathematics, English, Chemistry, Physics, and Arts (practical).

    • JUNIOR CATEGORIES                                                                        

The thoughts of a determine student will either be bringing him/her closer towards achieving his/her goals or further away from your goals. Student should be able to express themselves within the following TASK: Mathematics, English, Current Affairs, Music, Entrepreneur {Craft}.


Stay focus on what needs to be done. As Jesse Jackson said If my mind can conceive it, and my heart can believe it, I know I can achieve it”. Student should be able to express themselves within the following TASK: Mathematics, English, Current Affairs, and Craft.
The world is complex and rapidly changing. Children's lives reflect that complexity. Education must keep pace. Educational experiences inspire a child to develop a passion for learning. These experiences enliven new thinking skills and lay lifetime foundations for happiness, success, and engagement with life, leadership and world citizenship.
Optimize Your Student's Potential: WITH STUDENT OF THE YEAR CHAMPIONSHIP
Moral growth and character development are as essential to a child's education as reading, geometry and written expression. Parents are demanding far more from schools. They often need assistance from educational consultants as they manage the many competing priorities in their child's education. Parents also ask for guidance as they seek to optimize and safeguard their student's personal growth, personal mastery and talent development. Educational consultants bring calm and order to this complex process. What does MOWIT KULTURE Educational Consultant do?

  • Bring firsthand knowledge of school and program options and opportunities to you.
  • Stay abreast of constant changes in the fields of education & treatment.
  • Spend time with the student and/or family to explore and process best fit placement options.
  • Provide or arrange specialty testing and evaluation when needed.
  • Coordinate with other professionals for necessary services & evaluations.
  • Follow up with students and/or staff in schools and programs per parent request.
  • Optimize a student's academic potential and talent development.

How can MOWIT KULTURE Educational Consultant help parents and students?

  • Find a school or learning environment that can enrich a student's life.
  • Make learning fun again!
  • Discover and develop new talents in your student.
  • Clarify priorities for consideration in school & program match.
  • Help families in relocation find great schools for their children.

How do MOWIT KULTURE Educational Consultants achieve these goals?

  • Analyze each student's individual learning needs
  • Refine matching criteria with student, family & relevant professionals.
  • Individualize the school matching process to finalize a school or program list.
  • Coordinate with schools and programs for admission & placement.
  • Advocate for a student's admission to best fit schools and programs.

Art Workshop and mid-term Training (Art Criticism)

WORKSHOP: We usaually observed HARMMATAN AND RAIN WORKSHOP two session in a year. The Art Workshop is an award-winning fine art program that teaches the basic fundamentals fine art through drawing, painting and sculpting, textile graphic, ceramics using various mediums and techniques.
Art Workshop students of all ages have won local, regional, and national art show.  Art Workshop students also have been awarded scholarships to summer art college programs.
Our expanding field of educational research and practice informed by investigations into learning through arts experiences. In this context, the arts can include Performing arts education (dance, drama, music), literature and poetry, storytelling, Visual arts education in film, craft, design, digital arts, media and photography.[1] It is distinguished from art education by being not so much about teaching art, but focused on:

  • how to improve learning through the arts
  • how to transfer learning in and through the arts to other disciplines
  • discovering and creating understanding of human behavior, thinking, potential, and learning especially through the close observation of works of art and various forms of involvement in arts experiences

Arts integrated learning is a way to teach artistic skills in conjunction with academic material. This approach to education values the process and experiential learning as much as creation of art object or performance oriented learning.

Art criticism is more than just commenting and pointing out the positive and negative things of an artwork, different cultures have find themselves evaluating art, which has been a strong tradition. The Chinas tradition of evaluating art dates back to 6th century, when writers writes the biography of great artist, African cultures often used verbal evaluations to recognize art works and its relevance to their spiritual and communal activities, the Islamic cultures have long traditions of historiographical writing about art, but nowadays art criticism applies to a wide range of art forms. Art criticism involves a description aspect, where the work of art is sufficiently translated into words so as to allow a case to be made. It is the discussion or evaluation of visual art; Art critics usually criticize art in the context of aesthetics or the theory of beauty. One of criticism's goals is the pursuit of a rational basis for art appreciation. It is done to interpret and makes people to understand a particular artwork from a theoretical perspective and to establish it’s significant in the history of art. A person who is professionally engaged in the analysis and interpretation of works of art is called a critic, they help viewer to perceive, interpret and judge artworks. They tend to focus more on modern and contemporary art from cultures close to their own. Art criticism is a form of communication, giving an artist a feedback about his or her artwork.

Different views of art criticism.
English oxford dictionaries: Art criticism is the action or practice of reviewing (chiefly visual) works of art and commenting on their merits.
According to Gabriel Von Max: Art criticism is the discussion or evaluation of visual art.
According to Kara Wilson: art criticism act of analyzing and evaluating any type of art.
Art criticism is responding to interpreting meaning and making critical judgments about specific works of art.
To my own understanding: Art criticism is a kind of evaluation giving to an art work, in other to make viewers perceive, interpret and have a better understanding of an artwork.

In this step the critic examine in details in other to interpret an art work. There is separation of elements, like the textures, shapes/forms, light/dark or bright/dull colors, types of lines, and sensory qualities and consideration of the most significant art principles that were used by the artist. It also involve how the artist utilized elements and what they are suggesting. Suggested questions to help with analysis:
The elements we need to analyze include:
1.  The ways in which colours are used by the artist in the work(s)
2.  The effects of colours on the artwork
3.  The use of shapes by the artist within the artwork.
4.  The use of line in the work(s). Are the lines important or dominant part of the work? Or do they play a different role?
5.  The role of texture in the work(s)? Has the artist used the illusion of texture or actual texture? Ways in which texture is been used within the work(s).
6.  The use of light by the artist in the work(s)? Is there the illusion of a scene with lights and shadows, or does the artist use light and dark values in a more abstracted way?
7.  The visual effect or mood of the work(s)
8.  The way artists design tools were used to achieve a particular look or focus.


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