Ghanaian artist Emmanuel Atiemoh Yeboah designs and creates this beautiful piece of artwork using a variety media and methods. Yeboah creates the likeness of an African mask on calico cloth, a rustic, unrefined cotton fabric. Then, a blend of oil paint and batik patterns are mounted on cardstock in a ceiba wood frame, achieving a multi-layered, dimensional and eye-catching piece of artwork that reflects the culture and vivid colors of West Africa. The artist named this painting obrapa, which means 'good life' in the Akan language.
- Oil paints on cotton, cardstock, ceiba wood frame
- Arrives framed
- Handcrafted batik art--colors and pattern placement will vary
- Signed by the artist
- 0.91 lbs
- Frame: 18.8 inches H x 12.8 inches W x 0.8 inches D
- Artwork: 11.8 inches W x 17.5 inches H