Bibilomo Jimoh, D.D.
Received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Graphic Arts from Western Michigan University in 1987.
Earned his Doctorate in Divinity in 1993.
Completed and received a Post Graduate Diploma in Public Relations in 1995.
He resides in the State of Michigan.
Board Member of the Black Arts and Cultural Center (The BACC) in Kalamazoo, MI.
Committee member for “Justice For Our Neighbors (JFON).
Lecturer with the United Nations as a United Nations Volunteer Diplomat for Papua New Guinea in the Department of Education, as a part of the UN Multi-Sectoral Projects to develop and enhance educators locally in 1992.
His interests in the arts began at an early age, starting with his amazement of the architecture both domestically and abroad.
He has traveled across the globe including Trinidad, Tobago, The Netherlands, Singapore, Hong Kong, and The United Kingdom.
His favorite artists are Pablo Picasso and Jackson Pollock and his favorite musicians include Bob Marley, Aretha Franklin, and B.B. King.
The goal Dr. Jimoh desires most …is for his paintings to reach an audience across all generations.