More often than not, it is a heartwarming when one is able to translate passion into reality.
The products of one’s imagination, in their purest form, brings a sense of fulfillment when the desired objectives are achieved.
YEN.com.gh has exclusive photos of artworks produced by Michael Asamoah, a 21-year-old former student of Tamale Technical University, who lives in Takoradi in the Western region.
According to him, he completed school a year ago, and is currently undergoing his national service. He plans to set up a business as soon as he completes his service.
He went on to say that he has been interested in art since childhood. “I just love art; I have a strong passion for art,” he says.
Michael disclosed that he initially began with painting, but later diverted to ceramics.
He further revealed that aside dishes and flower vases, he currently does street art, which he doesn’t apply oil, but uses liquor as finishing.
Touching on the various forms of painting he however could execute with ease, Michael stated that he is good with abstract art, landscape painting, still life painting, contemporary art, concept art and photorealism.
He also does hyperrealism, impressionism, expressionism, pop out paintings, figure painting, bodypainting, mural painting, street art and African painting.
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