A young teacher of St. Matthias R/C JHS, New Takoradi, who is recently making the Western Region very proud has come out with another powerful art. This time he uses cardboards to create attractive portraits. With all these amazing artworks, his students are not excluded.
Augustine Owusu Mensah, an artist and a teacher who recently enticed the social media with his talent is back again. He was busy moulding things with cardboards. This powerful artist is taking Takoradi to another level in art and creativity. He discloses that he has been creating things with cardboard since his infancy.
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.
The amazing artist, Augustine Owusu Mensah is making art a priority in Ghana. In his previous artworks, he created things out of cardboards. This does not mean that he can not use cement and other materials for his artworks. With time, things will change.
The Western Region of Ghana is now trending on social media like never before. New Takoradi, a town in the Western Region has now become a place to be discussed. Augustine Owusu Mensah, a teacher and an eminent artist is shaking the grounds of the west with his talent.
A young teacher in Takoradi is recently pulling crowd on social media in the name of powerful artworks. He has already showed some of his amazing artworks to Africa. With this, Takoradi has become a hotcake in Ghana and beyond. Augustine Owusu Mensah, a young teacher at St. Matthias R/C JHS, New Takoradi is always improving on his talent.
Augustine Owusu Mensah, a teacher at St. Matthias R/C JHS, New Takoradi, Western Region of Ghana is becoming famous with his complex artworks. Since art makes the world and everything in it, Augustine is working hard with his arts to revive the dead talented artists among his students.