‘Jabu is a South African artist who has exhibited worldwide. Brought up in the Apartheid era, Jabu uses his art to transcend his experience of growing up in an unfriendly world to create his own world instead—one that embodies positivity and interconnectivity, made all the more vibrant by diverse colors and unified activism. Building from his deep African roots, ‘Jabu infuses the abstract with the pedestrian, the real with the hopeful, the contemporary with the environmental. With an urban and contemporary touch, he uses timeless materials, from mixed media to oil and maple wood to polished aluminum to bring a truly unique voice to the mainstream, creating a growing demand for his live events, signature style, and fresh perspective. He focuses on creating beauty and balance while bringing attention to causes he is deeply passionate about. HIs “Wildlife Series” promotes the protection of endangered species and the environment. ‘Jabu calls his work “Transformative Art” because he chooses themes and subject matter that inspire social change. He focuses on creating beauty and balance while bringing attention to causes he is deeply passionate about. Here are some of the cause-driven series he has created: Wildlife Series: Growing up in South Africa, Jabu loved wildlife and nature reserves. He enjoyed seeing the animals roam free while his own freedom was limited. As the safety and existence of free-roaming wildlife has become more urgently threatened, Jabu created the “Wildlife Series” to promote the protection of endangered species. The last great animals of our earth are in grave danger due to pollution, over-fishing, sport-hunting of exotic species, and human destruction of habitat. His work captures the wonder and regal majesty of at-risk wildlife.