Kayitankore Dolph

Dolph Kayitankore is a self-taught artist born on 31st January 1991 in Rwanda’s Southern Province. He began painting in 2011. He uses art to express his feelings through works on canvas, sculpture, and public murals. His works focus on raising the awareness of issues in our society to help break down barriers.
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Heading Home

2019 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame The movement is palpable in this piece...

2019 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame The movement is palpable in this piece featuring people on their way home in the fading light of day. See more artwork by Kayitankore Dolph

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The Riverbank

2020 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame As the sun takes over the sky, the v...

2020 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame As the sun takes over the sky, the village women stroll to the riverbank. You can hear their laughter and hushed whispers as they wash their clothes on the smooth rocks, sharing advice, commenting on current affairs, and spreading rumors. See more artwork by Kayitankore Dolph

$35.00 $125.00

Favor

2019 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame A colorful, impressionist piece; hig...

2019 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame A colorful, impressionist piece; highly textured and rippling with the familiarity of the ever-multitasking woman, helping and lending favors all around. See more artwork by Kayitankore Dolph

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Lover

2017 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame A good lover is worth more than te...

2017 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame A good lover is worth more than ten thousand relatives. See more artwork by Kayitankore Dolph

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Weight

2020 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame This textured painting is a though...

2020 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame This textured painting is a thoughtful piece depicting hard-working women carrying heavy loads on their heads. However, the loads do not seem heavy to the women since that is how they make their income. See more artwork by Kayitankore Dolph

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The Vendors

2020 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame We all feel the temptation to jump ...

2020 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame We all feel the temptation to jump to conclusions and make hasty generalizations. This painting challenges those patterns. It shows that not all vendors are street vendors - some cultivate their own farms and sell their produce in the market. See more artwork by Kayitankore Dolph

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Old Us

2020 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame The strength of the young is not comp...

2020 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame The strength of the young is not complete without the wisdom of the old. Older people in society are not symbols of the past; they have the insight we need to take on the future. See more artwork by Kayitankore Dolph

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Hurry

2020 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame This colourful piece depicts the hustl...

2020 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame This colourful piece depicts the hustle and bustle during rush hour. The streets are crowded, and everyone does everything hurriedly. See more artwork by Kayitankore Dolph

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Good Morning

2020 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame Unity keeps a community connected and p...

2020 | Acrylic on Canvas, stretched on wood frame Unity keeps a community connected and protected. There are many ways to build this sense of togetherness, but one important way is doing the little things together - for this reason, village neighbours fetch water together, adults and children alike. See more artwork by Kayitankore Dolph

$35.00 $230.00