Business News Fri, 11 Mar 2022

BizTech: Meet the 24-year-old artist creating tiny versions of houses using chopsticks

Over the years, the existence of miniature art in Ghana has not had widespread representation.

While the art form has existed for over 2,500 years and is prized by collectors on the globe, many museums around the world have various collections of miniature drawings, paintings, and sculptures.

But in Ghana, a young man is making strides and using his experience from an excursion to an art exhibition, to create his own form of miniature art.

Meshark Adjetey who is the Chief Executive Officer of Mesh Architecture takes his turn on GhanaWeb TV’s BizTech to share his journey with Mawuli Ahorlumegah.

"At first, I was not really into miniature art because I was previously working and had to use some of time free time to learn the craft. I suddenly began to grow my love for the art and crafts after attending an excursion where I saw some beautiful miniature art on display" Meshark said.

"...And so I gathered a few things to try come up with my own miniature art and through a lot of learning and determination, I am now able to create my own very miniature art and I have been doing this for almost four years now," he recounted.

Watch the full interview below:

Source: www.ghanaweb.com
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