“BoBo (Bwa Tribe)” by Rodney D. Butler
BoBo (Bwa Tribe) is located near the southeast corner of 8th Street and Main Street.
Artist: Rodney D. Butler
Dimensions: 66″H x 42″W x 16″D
BoBo (Bwa Tribe) is the artist’s interpretation of the Traditional African Mask from the Bwa Society native to Burkina Faso.
“I am a modern day Renaissance Artist, meaning I draw, paint, cook, do architectural design along with digital art and photography. Now while my Paintings on Canvas and Mixed Media Art are becoming increasingly popular, I’m best known for what I call “Green Metal Art” it’s where I take scraps of metal and / or mechanical parts deemed unusable by most standards and weld them into various artistic shapes, forms, figures and concepts. I believe in whenever possible take materials that may have been otherwise discarded and transfer them in to beautiful art. It’s my way of recycling trash into artistic treasures.” Rodney D. Butler