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 George O. Hughes
George Hughes was born in Ghana and works today as a faculty member in the art department of the University of Oklahoma. He regularly shows his work in England, Germany, the Netherlands, the U.S. and Ghana. His paintings are mostly executed in mixed media: acrylics, oils, spray paint, polyurethane enamels, fabric paint, oil pastels and found objects.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Dominic Benhura
"Dominic Benhura’s work has been included in major exhibitions both in Zimbabwe and internationally. He has also been involved in workshops in Botswana, USA, Holland, Belgium, Germany, and the United Kingdom." This site has links to the galleries which present his work.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Henry and Mike Munyaradzi
"This site is devoted to works of two renowned Zimbabwean stone sculptors. The late Henry Munyaradzi is considered a great master of the art form often referred to as Shona sculpture. Mike Munyaradzi learned from his father Henry, and is continuing to sculpt in the tradition of the Shona people."
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Ousmane Sow
Ousmane Sow is a Senegalese artist whose work has been well received and admired throughout the world. His web site provides an extensive overview of his life and works, with many photographs, video clips, interviews and writings. And also his children's drawings...
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Rockston Studio Gallery
Rockston Studio is an artist collective space in Lusaka, Zambia. "In a country with no school of Fine Art, Rockston provides a platform where artists can collaborate, develop ideas and gain from shared insights and different approaches to making art."
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Janet Goldner
Janet Goldner is an American sculptor whose work has been influenced by her long association with Africa and its artists. She has been involved in many collaborative projects in Mali including curating exhibitions, producing a video documentary, and leading tours.
[posted: Mar 03, 2004]
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