Augustine Owusu Mensah, a teacher in New Takoradi who is eminently known for his complex drawings is making his school proud with his complex arts. He currently teaches at St. Matthias R/C JHS.This time, Augustine creates real sculptures with mere cardboards. He's assisting his students with free art class. It's so amazing that his works look very captivating.
He's a product of Komenda College of Education which is located in the Central region of Ghana. Augustine also works with wood, cement and P.O.P. The world is an art therefore art must be respected. 'Yen.com.gh' has already complimented him for his complex drawings.
The teacher seeks for sponsorship to enhance his free art class for the students. He's willing to share his knowledge about art and architecture with the students. This will help students who may not get the opportunity to continue their education. With this, self emploment will be promoted in Ghana to reduce unemployment. Below are some of his amazing artworks. Check it out.
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