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Kooness

Betty Acquah


Ghana

27 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by BETTY ACQUAH

NATURE'S HEALING GLORY II

Paintings

91.44 x 213.36 x 7.62cm

11752,00 €

TOGETHER WE WIN

Paintings

114.3 x 38.1 x 10.16cm

3009,00 €

WAITING ARMS

2023

Paintings , Acrylic

45 x 16cm

2633,00 €

ROYAL LADY II

2023

Paintings , Acrylic

152.4 x 50.8 x 10.16cm

7709,00 €

ROYAL LADY I

2023

Paintings , Acrylic

152.4 x 50.8 x 10.16cm

7709,00 €

NATURES MUSIC

2016

Paintings , Acrylic

76.2 x 101.6 x 5.08cm

4607,00 €

IN THE BEGINNING

2018

Paintings , Acrylic

91.44 x 182.88 x 10.16cm

9026,00 €

SEASON OF CELEBRATION

Paintings

60.96 x 121.92 x 7.62cm

SOLD

TRUE JOY

Paintings

76.2 x 101.6 x 10.16cm

SOLD

4 WISE WOMEN

Paintings

91.44 x 121.92 x 10.16cm

6111,00 €

Betty Acquah, one of Accra’s foremost female painters, investigates her beliefs regarding the true nature of Ghanaian women. The trials, ambitions, celebrations and successes of ordinary but inspirational woman form the central theme of her rich and florid canvasses. After attending Wesley Girl’s High and Holy Child schools in Cape Coast; Acquah proceeded to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi where she obtained a first class degree. Acquah later pursued the M.F.A. (painting) program at Kwame Nkrumah after a interim course at the Tokyo School of Art in Tokyo, Japan. She has worked at the Centre for National Culture in Accra, Ghana and is currently working at the Berj Art Gallery, Accra. Acquah has participated in exhibitions in Ghana as well as abroad. Betty Acquah maintains that women are the unsung heroines of the Ghanaian Republic. The images she depicts tell of ordinary women working courageously towards a greater Ghana.
Betty Acquah, one of Accra’s foremost female painters, investigates her beliefs regarding the true nature of Ghanaian women. The trials, ambitions, celebrations and successes of ordinary but inspirational woman form the central theme of her rich and florid canvasses. After attending Wesley Girl’s High and Holy Child schools in Cape Coast; Acquah proceeded to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi where she obtained a first class degree. Acquah later pursued the M.F.A. (painting) program at Kwame Nkrumah after a interim course at the Tokyo School of Art in Tokyo,Japan. She has worked at the Centre for National Culture in Accra, Ghana and is currently working at the Berj Art Gallery, Accra. Acquah has participated in exhibitions in Ghana as well as abroad. Betty Acquah maintains that women are the unsung heroines of the Ghanaian Republic. The images she depicts tell of ordinary women working courageously towards a greater Ghana.