Nginyu Calixtus Ndomi, the painter of hope

Nginyu Calixtus Ndomi, the painter of hope

The Boy, his talent, his story

It is but another word for felling, every viewer is going to get a different thing; it is like a blind man's profession, because I produce not what I see, but what I feel, or what I tell myself about what I have seen. I am an artist, a painter and this is my story. 

My name is NGINYU CALIXTUS NDOMI, I hail from the Northwest region of Cameroon precisely in the Ndonga Mantung division in Nkambe, where I saw the light of day on June 26 1989. It all started with pencils, trying to reproduces what ever I saw. It is an inborn talent, the immense support from my family has brought me this far, when I painting, I am not aware of what am doing, but when I am done, it doesn’t look like the painting of something but something in itself. I remember the first ever work I did was a skeleton in a green grass, with a thatch house behind it, it was going for a book on the floor. “Leaning never ends”.  I have received several recognitions for my work both in Ndonga Mantug division and in the northwest as a whole; as for the cost of my painting the realer the art work, the affordably higher the price.

I intend to put more effort in my profession, give my work more publicity and eventually take it to international level.

Nginyu Calixtus Ndomi
Nginyu Calixtus Ndomi
Nginyu Calixtus Ndomi
Nginyu Calixtus Ndomi
Nginyu Calixtus Ndomi

Mbua Desmond

Freelance journalist from ASMAC