The creative arts industry is so large and filled with a lot of genii that are perfectly executing their works within their respective domain. To be a standout practitioner in the industry means to go beyond what everyone else is doing.

We can never count the number of African artists who are doing miraculous things through their pencils, brushes, cards and more, however, we are certain each person is being celebrated by either patrons or admirers of their works.

With that, Ivorian female businesswoman, Alice Gbelia has taken it upon herself to use her newly created online platform, Ayok’a to get the world’s attention by gradually and frequently focusing on works of black people. Alice features prominent black creative visionaries around the world including Delphine Alphonse, Pauline N’Gouala, Nyanza D, Parys Gardener and TEDA.

Through which, Alice aims to address social issues, marginalization of black people, diversity and inclusion, and a whole lot more.

We have garnered some of her recent creative pieces on Ayok’s for you below:

Interior Frames

 

Framed Art

Unframed Art

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