She speaks to issues and as such, does not have a particular style. She normally “re-uses” used bottles, rice bags and the brown tubes inside tissue papers that have been used by her family over a period to create an installation. Her techniques are stitching and other joining techniques such as gluing.
Her sculpture uses various soft materials to explore themes of devotion, bravery and gender. She produces her batik for the marketplace as well as sculpture and installation art for exhibition. Her extraordinary sense of colour and design make her batik some of the most beautiful found in Ghana.
Some of her principal exhibitions were at the Alliance Francaise, Kumasi and Accra, KNUST, Goethe Institut, The Go Down Art Centre in Nairobi. She partook in the recently ended ‘Silence between the Lines.’She has participated in international art workshops and residencies.
She is currently working on a series of dolls made from hand-made paper for installation. She is a lecturer at the Department of Painting and Sculpture, KNUST.
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