Is Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf the next big thing?
Ghanaian born artist Owusu-Ankomah decided “emphatically to be an artist” after graduating from the Ghanatta College of art at 18.
Beauty, confidence, exuberance, intelligence and tenacity. These are just a few adjectives I would use to describe this talented artist.
Born in 1962 in Benin, West Africa, Romuald Hazoumè, is considered one of Africa's leading visual artists.
Born in 1972, Adebanji Alade says that his interest in the arts first started at the tender age of six when he became obsessed with drawing his favourite football stars.
Tim Okamura is a contemporary Canadian artist most well known for his beautiful and realistic depictions of African Americans and other minorities in urban landscapes.
Born in 1957 in Takoradi, Ghana, Wiz Kudowor is one of Ghana's most respected visual artists.
I came across Ruud van Empel's work on Facebook because someone posted one of his stunning images from the “World” series.
Renee Cox, a Jamaican American mixed media artist is described in her biography as one of the most “Controversial African-American artists working today.”
Born in 1981, Ben H. Summers studied Fine Art at the Slade School of Art in London. Summers recalls being interested in drawing from a very early age, taking inspiration from the natural world, the human form and built spaces.
Born in 1943, Harold Klunder is one of Canada's leading painters. Klunder was born just two years before the Second World War in the Netherlands. His family moved to Canada in the early fifties after the war was over.