David Kibuuka

David Kibuuka is a Canadian artist.
From ArtValue.ca records, the highest price paid at auction for a paper drawing work attributed to David Kibuuka was C$70 - paid for "The Feeding" at Saskatchewan NAC in Regina on Sun, Feb 25, 2024.
ArtValue.ca has 2 auction art sale records for their paper drawing results, with prices in the range of C$50 to C$100.

David Kibuuka was born in Uganda, and studied at the Makerere University School of Fine Arts, in Kampala. In 1977 he moved to Nairobi, Kenya to study at the Kenya Arts School and the Creative Art College. In 1983 he emigrated to Canada, settling in Toronto. Kibuuka works in watercolour and oil, and is considered a pioneer of modern batik, organizing workshops throughout Canada, the US and the Caribbean, and publishing the books Modern Batik Art (2009) and Modern Batik Art Techniques (2021). An advocate for charitable causes, greeting cards featuring four of his images were sold internationally to benefit UNICEF. In 2005, collaborating with World Vision Canada and Artistic Canada, Kibuuka produced images for posters sold to raise money for the "Hope Initiative", a project providing prevention, care and advocacy programs for children and adults affected by the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Africa. In 2007 he founded the Lumu Kabasindi Foundation to directly fundraise for orphan children in Uganda.

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