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Handmade Wax Cotton Print from West Africa, "Adiza, Adzara and Abiba"

Samuel Ashong designs and creates this unique cotton print using a traditional... more

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Samuel Ashong designs and creates this unique cotton print using a traditional wax-dyeing technique called batik. Wax is applied to the areas that should stay un-dyed and the rest of the material is dyed, giving every print a unique patterned design. This print depicts three young women carrying pans on their head and is a representation of the young women who migrate to the capital city of Ghana for work. The artwork is signed by the artist.

  • 0.30 kgs
  • 0.7 lbs
  • Mat: 65.7 cm W x 50.7 cm W
  • Mat: 26" W x 20" W
  • Artwork: 55.6 cm W x 38.2 cm W
  • Artwork: 22" W x 15" W

  • 100% cotton, cardstock mat
  • Signed by the artist
  • Mat included
  • Handcrafted batik art--colors and pattern placement will vary
  • Made in Ghana.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Ghanaicon info
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"Cant say enough."

This is my second piece from Samuel and I love this one more than the first. Very gifted artist.

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"Beautiful Batik"

The art is beautiful and will be a great addition to our home. The packaging did protect the batik, but the matting is creased on one entire short end.

Purchased Item:

Fishing Canoes, Batik art

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Gift Occasion:
  • This was a gift for: Husband
  • Occasion: anniversary


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"treasure from Africa"

I made one African wall in my hallway. I have been to Africa many times, but I could not return with anything big...I love this picture of the women at the market in West Africa. It has modern and primitive elements as I see it, and it goes well with my other artifacts.

Purchased Item:

Queens of the Market, Handcrafted African Batik Cotton Wall Art

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Samuel Ashong has received 6 microcredit loans with 0% interest from Kiva and Novica, the first for $300 and the most recent for $600. Proceeds were used to invest in the purchase of dyes and cotton for continued production.

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