Gusenga Patrick

Gusenga patrick

Location: Rwanda

Gusenga Patrick is a visual artist born in 1998 and based in Rwanda. The third born in a family of five, he was a blessing to the family for his ability to create artworks at home from a young age. His artworks, which included cartoons and characters from movies, drew the attention of many in the village. His parents soon enrolled him in the prestigious Nyundo Art School, where he majored in graphic art. He then went on to pursue a degree in digital media production and computer graphics, becoming a consultant in the field at a young age.

Humble and reserved, Gusenga Patrick expresses his ability through his art. He takes a critical view of social, political, and cultural issues, often referencing Rwandan history. His works explore the varying relationships between popular culture and fine art, and he thinks of them as unfinished inventories of fragments. He creates room in them as improvisational sites in which the constructed and readymade are used to question the making of the world through language and knowledge.

Gusenga Patrick finds inspiration from his desires for beauty and seduction, as well as from what surrounds him. He uses both computer (digital art) and painting (acrylic paint) to create his artworks. He has exhibited his works at Inshuti Art Center in Rwanda, and believes in the creativity of art, taking his art in two different ways: message and tangible expressing ideas. He signs his work with the name Gusenga Art.


African home

Siblings unity “Siblings unity”

Siblings unity

From many more years ago Africans were family based development this means that all development was from family you come from! And all you got as supporter was siblings and relatives no more company needed

Reborn “Reborn”


We appreciate what we got except those who think that they are better than anyone else or whatever, the Africans do appreciate! Culture start from young and repsented buy adult to the elder!!

Umwiza “Umwiza”

Yes am black and i am beautiful

Colorful meaning

Hands of peace “Hands of peace”

Hands of peace
Music is the art of arranging sounds in time so as to produce a continuous, unified, and evocative composition, as through melody, harmony, rhythm, and timbre. It brings hope and comfort into lives of many, in this painting Gusenga art follows the life of one orphan Eva who used to feel confused after loosing both her parents and had refused to even attend school however when she Was introduced to playing the violin she became so good at it and she was called to perform at a nearby school where she felt loved and inspired to attend school again, the was named the violinist girl and this is where Gusenga art records the story in a visual painting way And always her hand was moving as wave so, there gusenga art got inspired on musician hand

Believe is true “Believe is true”

Believe is true

The Maasai are a Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting northern, central and southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. In their dress they mostly like to mix different colors like red,green,blue,black and white and i woul like to mention red!
Red is the most important color; symbolizing courage, bravery, and strength. The Maasai also believe that red scares off predators like lions even at long distances. Red also represents unity within the Maasai culture because livestock are slaughtered when communities come together in celebration

Natural magic “Natural magic”

Nature magic

Ivory tusks are actually massive teeth that protrude well beyond the mouths of elephants. Like our own teeth—and those of many mammals—these tusks are deeply rooted. Much of the tusk is made up of dentine, a hard, dense, bony tissue. And the whole tusk is wrapped in enamel, the hardest animal tissue and the part of the tusk that manages the most wear and tear.
I got inspired by this from article and i made it in attractive color to explain magic of this beautiful nature!