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Kattah, Mawuena

Me and Mum Looking at the Pots

Mawuena Kattah’s work reflects her interest in pattern, colour, form and the figure. Over a number of years, she has developed a significant body of work that includes paintings, ceramics and textiles. Her paintings Auntie Amelia (2016), Me and Mum Looking at the Pots (2016) and Auntie Comfort (2016) are based on photographs of her close and extended family and friends from Ghana. In these works, she makes use of a vibrant palette of reds, blues, greens and yellows.

Auntie Amelia

Mawuena Kattah’s work reflects her interest in pattern, colour, form and the figure. Over a number of years, she has developed a significant body of work that includes paintings, ceramics and textiles. Her paintings Auntie Amelia (2016), Me and Mum Looking at the Pots (2016) and Auntie Comfort (2016) are based on photographs of her close and extended family and friends from Ghana. In these works, she makes use of a vibrant palette of reds, blues, greens and yellows.

Auntie Comfort

Mawuena Kattah’s work reflects her interest in pattern, colour, form and the figure. Over a number of years, she has developed a significant body of work that includes paintings, ceramics and textiles. Her paintings Auntie Amelia (2016), Me and Mum Looking at the Pots (2016) and Auntie Comfort (2016) are based on photographs of her close and extended family and friends from Ghana. In these works, she makes use of a vibrant palette of reds, blues, greens and yellows.

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