Aishatu Jalloh is a Sierra Leonean artist who lives and works in Freetown, her work exploring ideas of women, children and culture. Her works are often very large with exaggerated proportions as she often paints interiors.
Nafisa Magazine states she is inspired by her own personal heritage, being a fullah with a very rich and strict culture and tradition, especially when it comes to their women. The generation of women in her family who managed the domestic sphere without recognition”
Her most recent work are large scale paintings of African women, that are derived from focusing on feminism and the strength of African women.
Aishatu has a great sense of style and details, she is the co-owner of Bondumani art, an art company that has been in existence for a few years, and has been in the spotlight of arts for quite sometime now.