Modern and Freestyle Paintings $40 to $60(50 items)
Welcome to the Modern and Freestyle Paintings $40 to $60 Gallery at NOVICA.
K. Baka Paintings and batik art
"For my paintings, many a time I see them in dreams and visions before I actually paint them. So in the morning I organize my materials and start painting."
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Popular Modern and Freestyle Paintings $40 to $60
'Woman from the Blue Lakeside'$44.99
Returning from the lakeside, a woman balances a calabash gourd on her head. She is lithe and graceful, despite the weight of her load and of the baby on her back. By K. Baka, this beautiful portrait exalts the mothers of Ghana and of the world as he paints with acrylics on card stock.
'Market Day in Yellow I'$49.99
Eleven women carry tomatoes in baskets on their heads as they make their way to the market. "Thursdays are market day in Koforidua, in the Eastern Region of Ghana," says K. Baka of his inspiration. He works with acrylics on card stock to share an aspect of tradition in a unique and modern style. Includes card paper matting.
Yellow Cotton Accented Painting of an African Woman, "Ama with Pot in Yellow"$47.99
Named "Ama," an Akan name for a woman born on Saturday, this painting by Ghanaian artist K. Baka celebrates the beauty of African women. Wearing yellow cotton clothing with printed vine motifs, Baka's subject carries a pot atop her head. The artist works in a modern style where the subject and pot are depicted in silhouette with painted dot motifs.
Signed African Woman Painting in Red from Ghana, "Mansah in Red"$47.99
By Ghanaian artist K. Baka, this painting celebrates the beauty of African women. Depicted in silhouette, Baka's subject showcases a traditional African hairdo while wearing printed cotton clothing in red. This piece is named "Mansah," an Akan name for a third-born female.