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rankin17 wrote a review Oct 2019
Hoboken, New Jersey6 contributions
Ms. Frances is warm, inviting, and knowledgeable. She represents an eclectic array of Ghanaian artists and traces the evolution of Ghanaian art from the formally trained artitists of Kumasi University. Many developed their individual schools of art. Now you see their impact and the diversity of expression represented by self taught artists. A wonderful place to explore Ghanaian art.…
Date of experience: October 2019
Linda H wrote a review Jan 2019
Berkeley, California19 contributions7 helpful votes
The Loom is a long way from the normal tourist area and I walked there from Osu! I get there and on the door is their "new" hours: "Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 10.30-2.30". And I was there on a Friday and about 1 pm. NOT OPEN!!!!
Date of experience: January 2019
Michael H wrote a review Jul 2018
West Orange, New Jersey9 contributions4 helpful votes
We stopped hear on our last day and found beautfiul, reasonably priced paintings to take home. The 90 year old mother and her son who run it are lovely, and we really enjoyed chatting with them and learning about all of the artists they represent.
Date of experience: July 2018
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Ernestina S wrote a review Mar 2017
Porto, Portugal13 contributions2 helpful votes
You can take home a sample of african art at affordable prices. And enjoy the conversation with the owner! A very nice lady!
Date of experience: March 2017
Meijerink wrote a review Jan 2017
The Hague84 contributions33 helpful votes
Just South off Kwame Nkrumah Circle, this art gallery has a nice selection of local painters, whose portfolio's you can look though for affordable pictures. I never fail to buy something here...
Date of experience: January 2017