Tuesday, 10 November 2015


'UNBLOCKED' Three terra cotta faces 2008.
Height-33cm  width-26cm

Monday, 5 October 2015


      From my 2002 collection titled "The search for greener pastures" $1000 US dollars each. As usual this offer remains open till the 4th of November 2015.

 28 by 38 cm. water colour and acrylic on paper  2003


41 by 51 cm. water colour and acrylic on paper  2002

Saturday, 5 September 2015


 'Memories of home' oil on canvas  16 by 27 inches 2014 

'The foot-path' oil on canvas 2015 26 by 38 inches

Wednesday, 5 August 2015


Faces of Ezenwa- Acrylic on canvas ,69cm  by 97cm .2012
                                      This series was inspired by an attempt to capture  the fleeting  expressions                                          on people’s  faces.1000 USD each.
                                      Available until September 4 2015.

Sunday, 5 July 2015

Original print-making plates on canvas.

Title -Three Nigerian girls. Additive plastograph plate on canvas  69cm  by 53cm  2014

-This work explores the situation where children make and keep friends irrespective of tribe ,religion or social prejudice.800USD

Title- Bride’s maid reconciliation.  Collargraph plate on canvas   104cm by 89cm  2014.

Four maids elegantly dressed as is the tradition during most Nigerian traditional marriage ceremonies.The central figure is portrayed as the peace maker with her hands on the shoulders of the two figures on her right and left in a reconciliation stance.A fourth figure is seeming to encourage the peace-making process.3000USD

Title- 10 virgins.  Additive plastograph plate on canvas  89cm by 181cm  2014

This is a plate inspired by the biblical story of the 10 virgins awaiting the bride’s - groom.The central male figure with a crown is the bride’s-groom who is surrounded by ten young women looking earnestly at him.The groom is elaborately dressed as is typical of African princes while the young women are  in their Sunday-best with different hair-do. I have taken the pains to portray as many different traditional  hair-do commonly worn by Nigerian women.Like in the story ,they all have their oil lamps;some have extra oil in bottles while others don’t. 4000USD

Friday, 5 June 2015

COLLECTABLE Works on paper.JUNE 5TH-JULY 5TH 2015

   Juliet Ezenwa Maja-Pearce was born in 1968. She graduated from the Delta State University, Abraka. She is versatile in watercolours, acrylics, oils, pastels, gouache, print-making, ceramic-sculptures and installations. This multi-media artist is constantly experimenting with materials and methods; in her own words: ‘I have delved into different media in search of how best to express my art. My primary purpose is to produce art that will remain relevant and endure.’ A native of oil-producing Delta State, she has been in the forefront of the campaign for upholding the rights of women and the girl-child in Nigeria. Her works on those themes were exhibited at the Female Genital Mutilation Exhibition in Canada, Germany, the UK and the US. She currently runs an NGO, Future-Perfect, which organises creative workshops and trainings for empowering women and young people. Her gallery, Yemaja art Gallery in Surulere Lagos, takes on students on industrial attachment and apprenticeship. She is very widely exhibited. Her recent works are a collector’s must-have. She has many solo exhibitions to her credit. She is usually found at the annual Harmattan Workshop organised by the Bruce Onobrakpeya Foundation, which takes place at Agbahra-Otor, Delta state. Migrations, her most recent solo exhibition of plates, prints and installations, took place (on August 2012) at the Nike Art Gallery in Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria.  

 The works below started out as original prints taken out of additive plastograph plates.But with the individual finishing they have received, have become (unique) collectable pieces of art sought after by collectors and dealers looking for original works on paper.
The style is a conscious infusion of the elements of traditional African art with those of pop art (especially on the colour works).
These works come from a body of works created in the fall of 2014 and printed at the Harmattan Workshop in March 2015.They are part of a limited experimental edition.They measure 40cm by 30cm each.
These works are up for the price of 300 US dollars each.This offer closes on the 6th of july2015.
CONTACT: Juliet Ezenwa Art Studio,
Number 11 Abiona close off Falolu road
Tel: +234 8033 484 919   and +234 7068 842 389
WARNING: All enquiries and communication should be made to Juliet Ezenwa Maja Pearce  directly.She does not use any assistants or partners.
Enquiries through other means apart from those stated here is not advised.