- The artworks of a young Ghanaian artist, Kobina Nyarko, has impressed the American ambassador to Ghana, Stephanie Sanders Sullivan
- Nyarko's works are primarily focused on sea life and often have fishes displayed in them
- He has been painting such designs for about 20 years now
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A Ghanaian artist known as Kobina Nyarko has impressed the American ambassador to Ghana, Stephanie Sanders Sullivan, with his art.
Ambassador Sullivan expressed her admiration for the works of the artist who is also known as the Fish Man.
Kobina reveals that he has been painting marine animals in their environments for about 20 years.
Information available shows that he has consistently painting fishes in his art as he seeks to explore the symbolism of fishes in painting.
His works also show numerous tiny fishes on large scale canvases.
They also reflect the beauty of sea life and shares an important message about the need to stop pollution.
Social media users have expressed admiration for his work:
Akambe referred to him as an amazing painter.
Agbenyegah urged him to keep up the good work.
To Benson, this is the best he has come up with so far.
Friday added that it is a nice work of art.
Aduse-Poku recognised him as a great artist.
In other news, Sabina Koba Dosu, a teacher at the Akwatia St Dominic Junior High School in the Eastern region, has been awarded a 3-bedroom house worth GHC180,000.
Dosu teaches Science and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and was adjudged as the most outstanding teacher for the year 2019.
Presenting the award to her, the vice president, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, noted that teachers in Ghana still face challenges that need to be addressed.
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