African Wall Art(24 items)
Welcome to the African Wall Art Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on African Wall Art
The description of this item says it is 8 X 12. It is. Somehow it looks smaller. It is really bright and pretty and a pleasure to see. I love it. Now, I have to have it framed to show it off properly.
By Napag S.
Stunning Ashanti Nyansa wood combs!
Thank you for the your beautiful Ashanti Nyansa wood combs. These wisdoms combs are unique, striking, and your craftsmanship brings forth the stunning beauty found in Ghana. I display these combs in my living room where I receive many compliments on your work of art. Thank you once again and I wish continued success and happiness.
Robert Aidoo-Taylor Wood carvings and jewelry
"I am a self-taught artist. I never took any classes or attended courses... I enjoy working alone, and my inspiration comes from nature."
“In 2009, I joined NOVICA. I am a jewelry artisan.
“A lot has changed since I joined this wonderful institution. I joined as a bracelet maker, but the kind of guidance I had from NOVICA helped me to widen my imagination. To a large extent, my finances... read more
Popular African Wall Art
Handcrafted Wood Wall Combs (Set of 3), "Ashanti Wisdom"$54.99
Master woodworker Daniel Nyadedzor carves this set of antique style combs. Originating from the Ashanti region of Ghana, they bear the name , meaning "wisdom" and symbolize the type of combs used by the Ashanti long ago. The face of an elderly person is featured, highlighted with intriguing metal plates embossed with African motifs.
Handcrafted African Threadwork Art with Music Theme, "Guitar Player"$57.99
A musician in traditional Ghanaian dress plays a (a harp-like guitar) in this beautiful work of threadwork art from Ernestina Oppong Asante. The artisan places the cotton threads one by one to create the colorful and appealing composition.
Handcrafted African Threadwork Wall Art of Village Scene, "Village Scene"$54.99
This work of threadwork art from Ernestina Oppong Asante depicts a woman headed back to her village after a busy day. She carries a baby on her back and holds another child by the hand while balancing a bowl on her head. The artisan applies one thread at a time with diligent care for detail as she works with a palette that includes tan, brown, orange, green, red, blue, yellow, and black on an ecru background.
African Abstract Batik on Cotton Wall Art, "Eclipse"
A shadow covers the moon, revealing only a fragment of its silvery light. Depicting an eclipse, Samuel Ashong works in batik. "A lunar eclipse is universal and I want other people to see it in different forms," the Ghanaian artist explains. He presents the work in a mat board passe-partout, ready for framing.