Bosa is a Vallejo native and his family is from Nigeria. He attends Mare Island Tech High School and does all the art he can in his spare time. His body of work ranges from paintings to sculpture to drawings, cartoons, and his newest medium is digital art. Bosa has been doing art non-stop since he was 5 years old!
Bosa has participated in Vallejo Open Studios every year since 2015
2019 we held the first annual SuperBosaCon!! anime type convention featuring youth art vendors, DJs, and Cosplay contest!
Bosa is a great promoter and has a very active Instagram
Bosa is extremely involved in many aspects of his community including Immersive Learning Center, Vallejo 2nd Friday Art Walk, Vallejo Sister Cities, and has connections with many local politicians like the Mayor, City Council Members, Congressmen, and County Supervisors. Everybody LOVES Bosa!
Bosa has shown his art at many Vallejo galleries, cafes, and events. He also had a show at Cal Maritime Anchor Center Community Gallery in Nov 2019, had a solo show at a local cafe Java Jax, and collaborated with local ceramic artist Bill Bloom to crate a piece in the Robby Poblete Foundation’s Art of Peace exhibit in June 2018...just to name a few!
Bosa loves sharing his art and his very active social life on social media. Get a glimpse into his world full of wonderful family, friends, other creatives, and community.
Time laps of painting General D, part of the Ultimate V series.
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