Ghanaian Sculpture(67 items)
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Exquisite, Museum Quality Ikenna Sculpture
This Exquisite, Stunningly-Beautiful Ikenna Wood Sculpture is Museum Quality. Now one of my most-prized possessions. The artist is incredibly gifted. The photos do not capture all of the absolute beauty & quality of this amazing artwork.
This spoon has been beautifully carved and is a piece you will gladly welcome into your home if you are a true lover of African art.
Love this gorilla!
This gorilla was a gift for my wife who loves gorillas. She was so happy when she received him as an anniversary gift. She loves this beautiful carving saying it truly captures the beauty and majesty of these magnificent creatures.
Abdul Aziz Mohamadu Hand-carved African masks
"In 2000, I went into carving and since then I have never regretted it. But I haven't abandoned painting completely either."
Popular Ghanaian Sculpture
Hand Carved Wooden Sculpture of Hand Holding Egg, "Authority is Like an Egg"$79.99
Perched gently yet firmly within the fingers, this egg can by symbolic of many different things. The Ghanaian artist George Obeng carves this sculpture with a powerful African proverb in mind, however, likening authority to an egg because if held too tightly, the egg will shatter. Conversely, if the egg is held too loosely between the fingers, it will slip and fall. The sculpture is hand carved and finished with a strikingly dark shade of acrylic paint and mansion polish.
Hand Carved Sese Wood Regal Sitting Mother Sculpture, "Regal Mother"$99.99
The timeless concept of motherhood is celebrated in this hand-carved sese wood sculpture. Crafted by Ghanaian artisan Joseph Boateng, this regal image depicts a mother sitting proudly upon a bench. Aluminum repoussé and hand-painted accents enhance the details of this work.
Hand Carved Wood Camel Statuette from West Africa, "Charming Camel"$79.99
West African artisan Gordon Adu creates a lovely statuette that wholly captures the uniqueness of the dromedary, or one-humped, camel. This wonderful animal has been domesticated in Africa for over 2,000 years and is key to the survival of many who rely on these animals for transport, trading, ploughing, and as a source of food and materials. The artisan creates the statuette using native sese wood, which he hand carves and dries for two weeks before painting in shades of maize yellow and brick red. Local clay is used to give the camel statuette an attractive distressed finish, which accentuates the natural and earthy appeal of the design.
Hand Carved Sese Wood Sculpture from Ghana, "Wise Old Man"$139.99
Ghanaian artisan Moro Yakubu Monnie designs this serene sculpture of a man deep in contemplation. He calls his work , which means "wise old man" in the Ga language. With a red graphic painted onto the base, the sculpture depicts a man leaning on one knee.