Randy Abeka Abbam sends a powerful message of unity in a very unique way as he conjures the presence of three queens. They represent three of Ghana's most important tribes, Ashanti, Dagomba, and Akwapim. Standing as close as sisters do, their colorful robes are interwoven to symbolize love, togetherness, and mercy amongst them and their people. Arrives with a tweneboah wood frame.
About the Artist: "I was born on March 6, 1985 in eastern Ghana, but started my basic education in Nigeria, where I discovered my talent in art at that early age. I was later brought back to Ghana in 1993. As a young artist, I do not limit myself to my medium, but always experiment with the local tools and materials that I find in my environment. I produce works that range from abstracts to semi-abstracts and sometimes realism. During my first year in art school, I realized that thread on board is very unique. This medium has now dominated most of my works. I take my inspiration from God and nature, and also from the cultural heritage of my people. I have passion for art and I'm proud to be an artist."
The Randy Abeka Abbam Artisan Collection is brought to you by Novica in Association with National Geographic. This beautiful piece was handcrafted by Randy Abeka Abbam in Ghana. An artisan story card will be included with your purchase.
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