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 Antognoni Brunhoso
Painter Antognoni Brunhoso, originally from Angola, currently lives in the Netherlands.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Baba Wagué Diakité
Award winning Malian book artist, musician, storyteller. Artwork includes painted ceramics, book art and sculpture.
[posted: May 11, 2009]
 Barthosa Nkurumeh
Barthosa Nkurumeh is an artist and art educator. Originally from Nigeria, he now works in the United States. "On the surface, my art appears to have changed in the course of traveling, schooling and working in America but that linear rendition of form resulting from the training at Nsukka is still intrinsic in my art."
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Bayo Gallery
Bayo Iribhogbe is a painter, originally from Nigeria he now lives and works in New York.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Chief Jimoh Buraimoh
This is the web site of Jimoh Buraimoh, one of Nigeria's most influential artists and one of the members of the "Oshogbo School of Art". Buraimoh has worked in a variety of different mediums - paintings, mosaics, prints and bead-painting. In addition to examples of his artwork, his site has information about a gallery and a hotel he built in Osogbo, and a book he has authored about his art.
[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]
 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]
 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]
 Hollis Chatelain
Web site of quilter Hollis Chatelain. "The twelve years I lived in Africa have deeply influenced me. Six months after moving back to the United States, my longing for Africa was so great that I started to paint African images in order to put me back into the life I loved so much. I feel Americans should know more about the joy, harmony, and pride of the African people, rather than only hearing about the suffering and turmoil so commonly depicted in the media. I would like viewers to see my African imagery as a tribute to a people I truly admire and respect."
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Ibou N’Diaye
"Ibou N’Diaye learned to sculpt by observing elder sculptors in Bandiagara, Mali, his hometown. Using hatchets, adzes, files, and chisels; Ibou carves mahogany and ebony. He integrates traditional and modern forms, resulting in a style that retains the essential aspects of Dogon sculpture. He currently resides in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania."
[posted: Mar 05, 2004]
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