Ghanaian visual artiste, Nana Kwesi Agyare-Ansah’s paintings are currently on display at Cleveland, Ohio in the United States.

Kwesi Agyare’s exhibition which started on November 19 will run until December 3, 2022.

The work, which features that of Koo Nyarko, has garnered interest among the arts community.

Kwesi Agyare’s art exhibition attracting patrons and influencing mindsets in the US

The art exhibition is sited at the African American Museum on the theme, “Beautiful memories… still”.

Kwesi Agyare is interested in employing a wide array of techniques to create visual images that depict the dynamics of life in contemporary Ghana.

His artistic prowess are critically acclaimed and found in galleries both in Ghana and overseas.

Kwesi Agyare’s art exhibition attracting patrons and influencing mindsets in the US

Also, his characteristic mixture of bold and cool vibrant colors that are effectively interspersed with dark colors were at play at this latest exhibition.

Many who have already passed by the event have been left with a lasting impression from the pieces on display.

Kwesi Agyare’s art exhibition attracting patrons and influencing mindsets in the US
The Chief Director for the African American Museum photographed with Kwesi Agyare

The series has been well-visited by many including the Chief Director for the African American Museum.

Prior to this, Kwesi Agyare has held exhibitions in many countries across the globe including, Nigeria, Dubai, South Africa, Zambia, and recently held exhibitions in the United States for “The Year of Return” 2019, in Cleveland, Ohio.

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