Some were inspired by the 2017 Kenyan elections, others explore East African society, landscapes and figures referencing classical narratives.
The lushness of colour and assured mark-making belies an undercurrent of unease, discomfiting the viewer.
He paints with oil on Lubugo bark cloth, a ceremonial cloth traditionally made in Uganda and full of seams and holes as you can see in this close-up.
Earlier work is also on show including these Baboon paintings, loaded with associations.
To find out more please visit the website.