"Abstract art is where my interest lies and I have now taken it on as my full time job."
"I am Prince Asher, born in Ghana on February 5, 1977. After obtaining a diploma in painting, I began to practice on my own. Abstract art is where my interest lies and I have now taken it on as my full time job. I started selling my art in 1993, during my second year in art college. I had my first exhibition in 1993 at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra. The response was good, and I've had my works exhibited at other Accra galleries. I have been painting now for seven years. I've had three solo exhibitions and have participated in four group exhibitions."
Popular People and Portraits Abstract 20 to 36 Inch Paintings
Circles depict calabash gourds, the distant sun, a man's nostrils and a woman's soft, round cheeks. By Prince Asher, this enigmatic painting explores West African symbols in a decidedly modern work of... Read More
A calabash bowl crowns this long, narrow canvas, pouring cool water across a face with no eyes. Beneath, a second bowl catches the water and saves it. By Prince Asher, this enigmatic composition... Read More
Love fills the heart and the eyes of this new mom as she looks upon her child with a smile on her face. Bright Dankyi Mensah paints their image with admiration of the unique bond that unites mother... Read More
"In our culture, a child is expected to obey society's elder," comments Naab-Morg Musah Abdullah as he paints the portrait of a young woman. She is dressed in tribal clothes holding a pot in... Read More