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Randy Abeka Abbam speaks in ciphers to express ancestral wisdom. Ghanaian Adinkra symbols communicate popular wisdom to the people, and the artist portrays two in bright silhouettes. Appearing at the bottom of the composition,Bi-Nka-Bi stands for justice. It means that no one should outrage or provoke another and exhorts fair play, unity and avoidance of strife. Above, Denkyem is an animal sign that represents adaptability. Abbam creates the image by patiently gluing cotton thread to a card stock base.
Cotton thread on card stock, the work arrives in a frame of sese wood.
- 0.65 kgs
- 1.4 lbs
- 46.5 cm H x 31 cm W x 1.5 cm D
- 18.25" H x 12.25" W x 0.6" D
- Threadwork: 26.5 cm W x 42 cm H
- Threadwork: 10.5" W x 16.5" H
Reviews by Customers
Colors are vibrant and great workmanship. Very pleased.
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Randy Abeka Abbam has received 3 microcredit loans with 0% interest from Kiva and Novica, the first for $100 and the most recent for $200. Proceeds were used to purchase larger quantities of yarn and frames.