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My art is a series of contoured, meandering lines that form figures that reflect a certain emotion or understanding of the societal landscape I find myself in.
Every master artist that has come before me has had a language that they use to tell their stories. Through my studies in the Industrial Art program at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), I became fascinated by the African masks that we were introduced to. I took note of their expressions, their intricacy yet simplicity, and the stories that they told. Inspired by these masks, the faces that I paint and the lines that connect them have become my language that I use to communicate. With each brush stroke, I draw on the art of our ancestors to tell my story.
It is a contortion of the continuing
- an interlude in time, space and texture.
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