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"This is an imaginative composition that shows how close some of our communities are. This batik composition shows the unity of people coming together after war," Samuel Ashong explains. He is referring to refugees who have been displaced from their villages in times of war, and built their homes close to each other in new locations for protection. Ashong details people coming together forming a new community, the close-knit rooftops a symbol of their hope for peace and safety. Includes a card paper mat board.

  • 0.68 kgs
  • 1.5 lbs
  • Mat: 66 cm W x 56 cm H
  • Mat: 26" W x 22" H
  • Artwork: 53.5 cm W x 41 cm H
  • Artwork: 21" W x 16.25" H

  • Batik on cotton, card paper mat
  • Signed by the artist
  • Mat included
  • Limited edition
  • Made in Ghana.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in West Africaicon 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.

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Fishing Canoes, Batik art

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  • 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.

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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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