Canvas Art

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  • Chic Contrasts 70x90cm | Canvas Art | Napev GH

    Chic Contrasts 70x90cm

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    Introducing "Chic Contrasts" - a stunning black and cream abstract canvas art with gold trims and geometric shapes, featuring two unique shapes that add an extra layer of intrigue. Measuring 70cm x 90cm, this piece is perfect for adding a touch of elegance and sophistication to any room in your home.   Crafted from high-quality acrylic on canvas, this piece is durable and long-lasting, ensuring that you can enjoy it for years to come. The intricate design is inspired by the shapes, colours, and textures of Africa and its people, resulting in a truly unique piece that celebrates the beauty and diversity of the continent.   The bold black and cream colour scheme is contrasted beautifully with the gold trims, adding a touch of glamour and luxury to the overall aesthetic. The geometric shapes provide a sense of depth and dimension, making it a perfect statement piece for any living room, bedroom, or office space.   Make a statement with "Chic Contrasts" - a one-of-a-kind abstract canvas art piece that effortlessly blends contemporary design with African inspiration.

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    GH₵1,840.00

  • Golden Geometry 70x90cm | Canvas Art | Napev GH

    Golden Geometry 70x90cm

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    Introducing "Golden Geometry," a stunning abstract canvas art piece that will elevate the ambience of any room. Measuring 70cm x 90cm, this acrylic on canvas creation showcases a beautiful interplay of gold and grey hues, accentuated with two unique shapes that add an interesting visual element. Inspired by the shapes, colours, and textures of Africa and its people, this art is a testament to the continent's rich cultural heritage. The intricate geometric patterns on display highlight the precision and attention to detail that characterize African art, while the shimmering gold accents lend it an air of luxury and elegance. Whether you want to add a touch of sophistication to your living room or bring a little bit of African flair to your office space, "Golden Geometry" is a perfect choice. Its bold and striking design is sure to make a statement, while its high-quality construction ensures that it will last for years to come. Order now and experience the beauty of African-inspired art in your own home.

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    GH₵1,840.00

  • Last stock! Golden Serenity 70x90cm | Canvas Art | Napev GH

    Golden Serenity 70x90cm

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    Introducing "Golden Serenity," a stunning abstract canvas art piece that embodies the beauty of Africa through its shapes, colours, and textures. Measuring 70cm x 90cm, this acrylic on canvas artwork is sure to captivate anyone who lays their eyes on it.   The grey backdrop of the canvas serves as the perfect canvas for the golden hues that have been masterfully blended into the piece. The intricate design features geometric shapes inspired by African culture and its people. These shapes have been flawlessly integrated with the golden colour scheme to create a truly breathtaking piece of art.   The combination of earthy grey and shimmering gold tones creates a serene ambience, making it the perfect addition to any living space, office, or gallery. This beautiful piece will leave you in awe and give you peace and tranquillity every time you gaze upon it.   Whether you're an art enthusiast or simply looking for a beautiful way to enhance your space, "Golden Serenity" is an excellent choice. The attention to detail and its unique inspiration make it a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that will impress. Order now and experience the breathtaking beauty of this exquisite piece of art.

    1 in stock

    GH₵1,840.00

  • Last stock! A la Fontaine - Sallah Barnabe | napevltd.com

    A la Fontaine

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Sallah Barnabe To know the beauties of the scenes of everyday life is one thing, but to transpose this wealth onto canvas is another.  Sallah Barnabé transports us into the extraordinary universe of Africa’s daily life. A daily newspaper made of dance walks, feasts and colours.  Sallah Barnabé chose to paint joy; Touareg women in hats or simply characters in conversation on canvasses made of straw, raffia, salvage material, clay, etc. applied through a master’s hands. The impact of colours seems to dominate. In fact, he says it himself; it represents his major preoccupation, always, about abstract figures, without colour, form or gesture. For  Barnabé, “You have to be a ‘man’ before you can be an artist! True eloquence laughs at eloquence, In other words, art laughs at art.” This young painter, born in 1971 in Lomé, Togo and strongly influenced by his father, a renowned painter in his own right and perhaps under the weight of his experience, very early defined himself. To detach himself, saw a profound inner transformation, turned him into an abstract painter, lovers of art still win in the diversity of his work. The unique and personal way he treats the material cannot leave you indifferent.

    1 in stock

    GH₵24,840.67

  • Last stock! Femme au Repos -  Sallah Barnabe | napevltd.com

    Femme au Repos

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Sallah Barnabe To know the beauties of the scenes of everyday life is one thing, but to transpose this wealth onto canvas is another.  Sallah Barnabé transports us into the extraordinary universe of Africa’s daily life. A daily newspaper made of dance walks, feasts and colours.  Sallah Barnabé chose to paint joy; Touareg women in hats or simply characters in conversation on canvasses made of straw, raffia, salvage material, clay, etc. applied through a master’s hands. The impact of colours seems to dominate. In fact, he says it himself; it represents his major preoccupation, always, about abstract figures, without colour, form or gesture. For  Barnabé, “You have to be a ‘man’ before you can be an artist! True eloquence laughs at eloquence, In other words, art laughs at art.” This young painter, born in 1971 in Lomé, Togo and strongly influenced by his father, a renowned painter in his own right and perhaps under the weight of his experience, very early defined himself. In an effort to detach himself, saw a profound inner transformation, turned him into an abstract painter, lovers of art still win in the diversity of his work. The unique and personal way he treats the material cannot leave you indifferent.

    1 in stock

    GH₵8,073.51

  • Last stock! Buveurs de Tetouk - Sallah Barnabe | napevltd.com

    Buveurs de Tetouk

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Sallah Barnabe To know the beauties of the scenes of everyday life is one thing, but to transpose this wealth onto canvas is another.  Sallah Barnabé transports us into the extraordinary universe of Africa’s daily life. A daily newspaper made of dance walks, feasts and colours.  Sallah Barnabé chose to paint joy; Touareg women in hats or simply characters in conversation on canvasses made of straw, raffia, salvage material, clay, etc. applied through a master’s hands. The impact of colours seems to dominate. In fact, he says it himself; it represents his major preoccupation, always, about abstract figures, without colour, form or gesture. For  Barnabé, “You have to be a ‘man’ before you can be an artist! True eloquence laughs at eloquence, In other words, art laughs at art.” This young painter, born in 1971 in Lomé, Togo and strongly influenced by his father, a renowned painter in his own right and perhaps under the weight of his experience, very early defined himself. To detach himself, saw a profound inner transformation, turned him into an abstract painter, lovers of art still win in the diversity of his work. The unique and personal way he treats the material cannot leave you indifferent.

    1 in stock

    GH₵8,073.51

  • Last stock! Village des Percheurs - Sallah Barnabe | napevltd.com

    Village des Percheurs

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Sallah Barnabe To know the beauties of the scenes of everyday life is one thing, but to transpose this wealth onto canvas is another.  Sallah Barnabé transports us into the extraordinary universe of Africa’s daily life. A daily newspaper made of dance walks, feasts and colours.  Sallah Barnabé chose to paint joy; Touareg women in hats or simply characters in conversation on canvasses made of straw, raffia, salvage material, clay, etc. applied through a master’s hands. The impact of colours seems to dominate. In fact, he says it himself; it represents his major preoccupation, always, about abstract figures, without colour, form or gesture. For  Barnabé, “You have to be a ‘man’ before you can be an artist! True eloquence laughs at eloquence, In other words, art laughs at art.” This young painter, born in 1971 in Lomé, Togo and strongly influenced by his father, a renowned painter in his own right and perhaps under the weight of his experience, very early defined himself. In an effort to detach himself, saw a profound inner transformation, turned him into an abstract painter, lovers of art still win in the diversity of his work. The unique and personal way he treats the material cannot leave you indifferent.

    1 in stock

    GH₵8,073.51

  • Last stock! Untitled - Sallah Barnabe | napevltd.com

    Untitled

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Sallah Barnabe To know the beauties of the scenes of everyday life is one thing, but to transpose this wealth onto canvas is another.  Sallah Barnabé transports us into the extraordinary universe of Africa’s daily life. A daily newspaper made of dance walks, feasts and colours.  Sallah Barnabé chose to paint joy; Touareg women in hats or simply characters in conversation on canvasses made of straw, raffia, salvage material, clay, etc. applied through a master’s hands. The impact of colours seems to dominate. In fact, he says it himself; it represents his major preoccupation, always, about abstract figures, without colour, form or gesture. For  Barnabé, “You have to be a ‘man’ before you can be an artist! True eloquence laughs at eloquence, In other words, art laughs at art.” This young painter, born in 1971 in Lomé, Togo and strongly influenced by his father, a renowned painter in his own right and perhaps under the weight of his experience, very early defined himself. In an effort to detach himself, saw a profound inner transformation, turned him into an abstract painter, lovers of art still win in the diversity of his work. The unique and personal way he treats the material cannot leave you indifferent.

    1 in stock

    GH₵8,073.51

  • Last stock! Renaissance - Sallah Bernabe | napevltd.com

    Renaissance

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Sallah Barnabe To know the beauties of the scenes of everyday life is one thing, but to transpose this wealth onto canvas is another.  Sallah Barnabé transports us into the extraordinary universe of Africa’s daily life. A daily newspaper made of dance walks, feasts and colours.  Sallah Barnabé chose to paint joy; Touareg women in hats or simply characters in conversation on canvasses made of straw, raffia, salvage material, clay, etc. applied through a master’s hands. The impact of colours seems to dominate. In fact, he says it himself; it represents his major preoccupation, always, about abstract figures, without colour, form or gesture. For  Barnabé, “You have to be a ‘man’ before you can be an artist! True eloquence laughs at eloquence, In other words, art laughs at art.” This young painter, born in 1971 in Lomé, Togo and strongly influenced by his father, a renowned painter in his own right and perhaps under the weight of his experience, very early defined himself. In an effort to detach himself, saw a profound inner transformation, turned him into an abstract painter, lovers of art still win in the diversity of his work. The unique and personal way he treats the material cannot leave you indifferent.

    1 in stock

    GH₵8,073.51

  • L'entraide | napevltd.com

    L'entraide

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    About Artist: Sallah Barnabe To know the beauties of the scenes of everyday life is one thing, but to transpose this wealth onto canvas is another.  Sallah Barnabé transports us into the extraordinary universe of Africa’s daily life. A daily newspaper made of dance walks, feasts and colours.  Sallah Barnabé chose to paint joy; Touareg women in hats or simply characters in conversation on canvasses made of straw, raffia, salvage material, clay, etc. applied through a master’s hands. The impact of colours seems to dominate. In fact, he says it himself; it represents his major preoccupation, always, about abstract figures, without colour, form or gesture. For  Barnabé, “You have to be a ‘man’ before you can be an artist! True eloquence laughs at eloquence, In other words, art laughs at art.” This young painter, born in 1971 in Lomé, Togo and strongly influenced by his father, a renowned painter in his own right and perhaps under the weight of his experience, very early defined himself. In an effort to detach himself, saw a profound inner transformation, turned him into an abstract painter, lovers of art still win in the diversity of his work. The unique and personal way he treats the material cannot leave you indifferent.

    Out of stock

    GH₵7,458.00

  • Last stock! Una Partie de Peche | NAPEVLTD.COM

    Una Partie de Peche

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Sallah Barnabe To know the beauties of the scenes of everyday life is one thing, but to transpose this wealth onto canvas is another.  Sallah Barnabé transports us into the extraordinary universe of Africa’s daily life. A daily newspaper made of dance walks, feasts and colours.  Sallah Barnabé chose to paint joy; Touareg women in hats or simply characters in conversation on canvasses made of straw, raffia, salvage material, clay, etc. applied through a master’s hands. The impact of colours seems to dominate. In fact, he says it himself; it represents his major preoccupation, always, in relation to the abstract figures, without colour, form or gesture. For  Barnabé, “You have to be a ‘man’ before you can be an artist! True eloquence laughs at eloquence, In other words, art laughs at art.” This young painter, born in 1971 in Lomé, Togo and strongly influenced by his father, a renowned painter in his own right and perhaps under the weight of his experience, very early defined himself. In an effort to detach himself, saw a profound inner transformation, turned him into an abstract painter, lovers of art still win in the diversity of his work. The unique and personal way he treats the material cannot leave you indifferent

    1 in stock

    GH₵8,073.51

  • Last stock! Security | napevltd.com

    Security

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Victoria Adoe Victoria Adoe is an African artist who comes from the central region of Ghana. She paints abstract paintings, women and landscapes in particular. Victoria did her first degree in 1996, where she initially wanted to pursue a career as a nurse; from there she travelled to South Africa and taught art. After 3 years, she returned to Ghana and pursued further education in art and obtained a Masters in Fine Art at the University of Kumasi.  She used the detail-orientated qualities of being a nurse and translated that well in her paintings. Taking the time to make the painting and focus on the details so that every stroke on the painting should correspond with each other. For Victoria, painting is the fuel to her soul and feels unease when she does take a break. When she was starting out, she found that her family and friends had found it difficult to accept that she had chosen to pursue art due to society's view of Ghanaian women’s place. She sees that now gradually society is becoming more accepting of the fact that women are choosing to be painters and finding success in it. She has had many art exhibitions and won the prestigious Women Artists Institutes (WAI) International Women’s Day competition.

    1 in stock

    GH₵1,311.04

  • Last stock! Perfect Imprefections | napevltd.com

    Perfect Imprefections

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Sam Kobee A self-taught artist talented in abstract coastal paintings was raised near the coastline, Adabraka in Accra. He was inspired by his family and specifically his elder brother to pursue Art as a career. Although he had only studied various science subjects in education, during his studies, he was wildly commended for his steady hands and good handwriting. The Art department in his school had selected several wells praised pieces of his for an art exhibition. Glen Turner, a talented artist in his own right, had noticed Kobee marketing his designs on his shirt and connected deeply with him as an artist to artist.   In this viewing room, we have a display of Kobee’s pieces, the dramatic portrayals of colour that turn the viewer’s eye to the studied details of the painting providing a mystical escape from reality.

    1 in stock

    GH₵9,660.26

  • Last stock! I am Black Series - Micheal Boadi | Napevltd.com

    I am Black Series

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Maxwell Boadi Maxwell Boadi is a Ghanaian artist, born, raised and currently based in Accra, Ghana. He studied at the Ghanatta College of Arts and Design, graduating with a diploma in Fine Arts. He is extensively inspired by the people and environment he lives in. Boadi encompasses a wide variety of themes – portraits inspired by friends, family and neighbours, artworks exploring his Christian faith and canvases detailing the urban evolution of the Accra landscape. He is bold, adventurous and has an artistic maturity that sets him apart from his contemporaries. His palette is energetic bringing a sense of urgency to his themes. He uses the palette knife to achieve his artistic vision, the bold rhythmic strokes and monotonous colours are the foundations of his work. It’s simple yet, soulfully striking. Maxwell Boadi created the Black series, strong art pieces that portray powerful poetry unique to each individual viewer.

    1 in stock

    GH₵11,040.30

  • Les Jeunes Freres

    Les Jeunes Freres

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    About Artist: Sallah Barnabe To know the beauties of the scenes of everyday life is one thing, but to transpose this wealth onto canvas is another.  Sallah Barnabé transports us into the extraordinary universe of Africa’s daily life. A daily newspaper made of dance walks, feasts and colours.  Sallah Barnabé chose to paint joy; Touareg women in hats or simply characters in conversation on canvasses made of straw, raffia, salvage material, clay, etc. applied through a master’s hands. The impact of colours seems to dominate. In fact, he says it himself; it represents his major preoccupation, always, about abstract figures, without colour, form or gesture. For  Barnabé, “You have to be a ‘man’ before you can be an artist! True eloquence laughs at eloquence, In other words, art laughs at art.” This young painter, born in 1971 in Lomé, Togo and strongly influenced by his father, a renowned painter in his own right and perhaps under the weight of his experience, very early defined himself. In an effort to detach himself, saw a profound inner transformation, turned him into an abstract painter, lovers of art still win in the diversity of his work. The unique and personal way he treats the material cannot leave you indifferent.

    Out of stock

    GH₵7,866.80

  • Last stock! Performing Arts - Maxwell Boadi | napevltd.com

    Performing Arts

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Maxwell Boadi Maxwell Boadi is a Ghanaian artist, born, raised and currently based in Accra, Ghana. He studied at the Ghanatta College of Arts and Design, graduating with a diploma in Fine Arts. He is extensively inspired by the people and environment he lives in. Boadi encompasses a wide variety of themes – portraits inspired by friends, family and neighbours, artworks exploring his Christian faith and canvases detailing the urban evolution of the Accra landscape. He is bold, adventurous and has an artistic maturity that sets him apart from his contemporaries. His palette is energetic bringing a sense of urgency to his themes. He uses the palette knife to achieve his artistic vision, the bold rhythmic strokes and monotonous colours are the foundations of his work. It’s simple yet, soulfully striking. Maxwell Boadi created the Black series, strong art pieces that portray powerful poetry unique to each individual viewer.

    1 in stock

    GH₵11,040.30

  • Last stock! Deliverer- Maxwell Boadi | napevltd.com

    Deliverer

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Maxwell Boadi Maxwell Boadi is a Ghanaian artist, born, raised and currently based in Accra, Ghana. He studied at the Ghanatta College of Arts and Design, graduating with a diploma in Fine Arts. He is extensively inspired by the people and environment he lives in. Boadi encompasses a wide variety of themes – portraits inspired by friends, family and neighbours, artworks exploring his Christian faith and canvases detailing the urban evolution of the Accra landscape. He is bold, adventurous and has an artistic maturity that sets him apart from his contemporaries. His palette is energetic bringing a sense of urgency to his themes. He uses the palette knife to achieve his artistic vision, the bold rhythmic strokes and monotonous colours are the foundations of his work. It’s simple yet, soulfully striking. Maxwell Boadi created the Black series, strong art pieces that portray powerful poetry unique to each individual viewer.

    1 in stock

    GH₵9,200.00

  • Last stock! Melody - NII TEIKO ARYEETEY | napevltd.com

    Melody

    1 in stock

    About Artist: NII TEIKO ARYEETEY As a prolific and of the finest Ghanaian artist. Nii Teiko is exerting considerable influence on the contemporary art scene on the African continent, having received applause for his unique and identifiable painting style”lineism”. With this style, he employs the prominent use of the edge of the pallet knife to apply Acrylic or oil paint to create realism or semi-abstract images with either horizontal or vertical lines on the face of the canvas, with modern painting techniques in mind. His painting is a striking combination of colours.  With a strong emphasis on lineism, Nii Teiko has created over two decades of visionary painting which he intends to translate into his own unique art history. His painting is inspired by natural, cultural, political, urban life, historical and socioeconomic concerns.   His love for art commenced at the tender age of six when he mostly engaged himself with drawing, painting, clay moulding, sewing etc. This unquenchable interest in art motivated him to offer Visual Art as a course in High School. (St. John’s Grammar High School) in Achimota, Accra. During his days at St. John’s, he participated in several intercollege art competitions which earned him various awards. He also mounted an exhibition during the school’s 50th-anniversary celebration.   Before obtaining a Diploma in Art and rising to recognition, Nii Teiko established a studio in his bedroom in the year 1997 which was nicknamed “the bedroom studio”. From here, he launched his commercial painting career. His paintings are extremely compelling and interactive to their viewers.

    1 in stock

    GH₵57,961.57

  • Last stock! First Canoes - Sam Kobe | napevltd.com

    First Canoes

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Sam Kobee A self-taught artist talented in abstract coastal paintings was raised near the coastline, Adabraka in Accra. He was inspired by his family and specifically his elder brother to pursue Art as a career. Although he had only studied various science subjects in education, during his studies, he was wildly commended for his steady hands and good handwriting. The Art department in his school had selected several wells praised pieces of his for an art exhibition. Glen Turner, a talented artist in his own right, had noticed Kobee marketing his designs on his shirt and connected deeply with him as an artist to artist. In this viewing room, we have a display of Kobee’s pieces, the dramatic portrayals of colour that turn the viewer’s eye to the studied details of the painting providing a mystical escape from reality.

    1 in stock

    GH₵8,050.00

  • Last stock! Nature's Healing Secrets- Betty Acquah | napevltd.com

    Nature's Healing Secrets

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Betty Acquah Betty Acquah was born in Cape Coast in the Central Region of Ghana, West Africa. She attended Wesley Girls’ High School and Holy Child School both in Cape Coast. She proceeded to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi for her B.A. (Hons) Art course where she obtained a First Class Degree. She later completed an M.F.A (Painting) Programme at the same University after a professional Art course at the Tokyo School of Art (T.S.A) in Tokyo, Japan. She worked at the Art Gallery of the Centre for National Culture, Greater Accra Region, Accra from 1989 to 1993. She later worked at the Berj Art Gallery also in Accra from 2002 to 2005. Betty is a full member of the Ghana Association of Visual Artists (GAVA) which is one of the agencies under the Ministry of Culture. Betty has exhibited her paintings in Ghana, Nigeria, the UK, India, Germany, Spain, Japan and the USA. 

    1 in stock

    GH₵21,389.99

  • Last stock! Crack of Dawn Biriwa Beach | Betty Acquah | napevltd.com

    Crack of Dawn Biriwa Beach

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Betty Acquah Betty Acquah was born in Cape Coast in the Central Region of Ghana, West Africa. She attended Wesley Girls’ High School and Holy Child School both in Cape Coast. She proceeded to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi for her B.A. (Hons) Art course where she obtained a First Class Degree. She later completed an M.F.A (Painting) Programme at the same University after a professional Art course at the Tokyo School of Art (T.S.A) in Tokyo, Japan. She worked at the Art Gallery of the Centre for National Culture, Greater Accra Region, Accra from 1989 to 1993. She later worked at the Berj Art Gallery also in Accra from 2002 to 2005. Betty is a full member of the Ghana Association of Visual Artists (GAVA) which is one of the agencies under the Ministry of Culture. Betty has exhibited her paintings in Ghana, Nigeria, the UK, India, Germany, Spain, Japan and the USA. 

    1 in stock

    GH₵12,935.00

  • Last stock! Light at the End of the Tunnel | napevltd.com

    Light at the End of the Tunnel

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Victoria Adoe Victoria Adoe is an African artist who comes from the central region of Ghana. She paints abstract paintings, women and landscapes in particular. Victoria did her first degree in 1996, where she initially wanted to pursue a career as a nurse; from there she travelled to South Africa and taught art. After 3 years, she returned to Ghana and pursued further education in art and obtained a Masters in Fine Art at the University of Kumasi.  She used the detail-orientated qualities of being a nurse and translated that well in her paintings. Taking the time to make the painting and focus on the details so that every stroke on the painting should correspond with each other. For Victoria, painting is the fuel to her soul and feels unease when she does take a break. When she was starting out, she found that her family and friends had found it difficult to accept that she had chosen to pursue art due to society's view of Ghanaian women’s place. She sees that now gradually society is becoming more accepting of the fact that women are choosing to be painters and finding success in it. She has had many art exhibitions and won the prestigious Women Artists Institutes (WAI) International Women’s Day competition.

    1 in stock

    GH₵7,176.19

  • Last stock! Sankofa | napevltd.com

    Sankofa

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Victoria Adoe Victoria Adoe is an African artist who comes from the central region of Ghana. She paints abstract paintings, women and landscapes in particular. Victoria did her first degree in 1996, where she initially wanted to pursue a career as a nurse; from there she travelled to South Africa and taught art. After 3 years, she returned to Ghana and pursued further education in art and obtained a Masters in Fine Art at the University of Kumasi.  She used the detail-orientated qualities of being a nurse and translated that well in her paintings. Taking the time to make the painting and focus on the details so that every stroke on the painting should correspond with each other. For Victoria, painting is the fuel to her soul and feels unease when she does take a break. When she was starting out, she found that her family and friends had found it difficult to accept that she had chosen to pursue art due to society's view of Ghanaian women’s place. She sees that now gradually society is becoming more accepting of the fact that women are choosing to be painters and finding success in it. She has had many art exhibitions and won the prestigious Women Artists Institutes (WAI) International Women’s Day competition.

    1 in stock

    GH₵4,830.72

  • Last stock! Adinkra Symbols

    Adinkra Symbols

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Victoria Adoe Victoria Adoe is an African artist who comes from the central region of Ghana. She paints abstract paintings, women and landscapes in particular. Victoria did her first degree in 1996, where she initially wanted to pursue a career as a nurse; from there she travelled to South Africa and taught art. After 3 years, she returned to Ghana and pursued further education in art and obtained a Masters in Fine Art at the University of Kumasi.  She used the detail-orientated qualities of being a nurse and translated that well in her paintings. Taking the time to make the painting and focus on the details so that every stroke on the painting should correspond with each other. For Victoria, painting is the fuel to her soul and feels unease when she does take a break. When she was starting out, she found that her family and friends had found it difficult to accept that she had chosen to pursue art due to society's view of Ghanaian women’s place. She sees that now gradually society is becoming more accepting of the fact that women are choosing to be painters and finding success in it. She has had many art exhibitions and won the prestigious Women Artists Institutes (WAI) International Women’s Day competition.

    1 in stock

    GH₵2,875.00

  • A la Fontaine | napevltd.com

    A la Fontaine

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    About Artist: Sallah Barnabe To know the beauties of the scenes of everyday life is one thing, but to transpose this wealth onto canvas is another.  Sallah Barnabé transports us into the extraordinary universe of Africa’s daily life. A daily newspaper made of dance walks, feasts and colours.  Sallah Barnabé chose to paint joy; Touareg women in hats or simply characters in conversation on canvasses made of straw, raffia, salvage material, clay, etc. applied through a master’s hands. The impact of colours seems to dominate. In fact, he says it himself; it represents his major preoccupation, always, about abstract figures, without colour, form or gesture. For  Barnabé, “You have to be a ‘man’ before you can be an artist! True eloquence laughs at eloquence, In other words, art laughs at art.” This young painter, born in 1971 in Lomé, Togo and strongly influenced by his father, a renowned painter in his own right and perhaps under the weight of his experience, very early defined himself. In an effort to detach himself, saw a profound inner transformation, turned him into an abstract painter, lovers of art still win in the diversity of his work. The unique and personal way he treats the material cannot leave you indifferent.  

    Out of stock

    GH₵6,555.00

  • Last stock! Causerie | NAPEVLTD.COM

    Causerie

    1 in stock

    About Artist: Sallah Barnabe To know the beauties of the scenes of everyday life is one thing, but to transpose this wealth onto canvas is another.  Sallah Barnabé transports us into the extraordinary universe of Africa’s daily life. A daily newspaper made of dance walks, feasts and colours.  Sallah Barnabé chose to paint joy; Touareg women in hats or simply characters in conversation on canvasses made of straw, raffia, salvage material, clay, etc. applied through a master’s hands. The impact of colours seems to dominate. In fact, he says it himself; it represents his major preoccupation, always, in relation to the abstract figures, without colour, form or gesture. For  Barnabé, “You have to be a ‘man’ before you can be an artist! True eloquence laughs at eloquence, In other words, art laughs at art.” This young painter, born in 1971 in Lomé, Togo and strongly influenced by his father, a renowned painter in his own right and perhaps under the weight of his experience, very early defined himself. In an effort to detach himself, saw a profound inner transformation, turned him into an abstract painter, lovers of art still win in the diversity of his work. The unique and personal way he treats the material cannot leave you indifferent

    1 in stock

    GH₵6,555.00

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