UNIDENTIFIED by Samuel Prophask Asamoah

From the Samuel Prophask Asamoah Gallery

Category: Paintings: Acrylic


Description: This dusky panoramic composition is rendered in two parts juxtaposing each other. Both of them are depictions of a city centre in Ghana. Under normal circumstances, city centres in Ghana are very busy with diverse human activities. The first part portrays exactly that. This is an artistic impression of life before the current global pandemic (COVID-19). Most of these human activities have negative impacts that pose a threat to the entire biosphere. Humans impact the physical environment in many ways:  Depletion of natural resources, cause by human overconsumption  Pollutions through emission of hazardous gases into the atmosphere and careless disposal of Solid and liquid waste into marine bodies (Adom, 2018), as well as excessive noise.  Global climate change, just to mention a few. Human impact on the environment has become one of the main topics for university staff all over the world. While they search for the answer, the public need to do it’s part. At least you need to be aware of all the factors that contribute to this state and share the knowledge (Donevan Alexander, June 22, 2020) One interesting thing I realized during the pandemic, when most of the human activities came to a halt, was a clean and serene environment. This is precisely what the second part of this painting depicts. I will like to take this opportunity to propose that, the world should set aside at least three months annually as a break period often referred to as closed seasons to help conserve nature’s resources (Adom, Appiah, & Yarney, 2019). Our planet can refresh itself during this break period. This is how we can save our planet.

Theme: Cityscape

Color: Blue, Gold, Purple, Brown. Red, Orange

Material: Canvas

Texture: Palette Knife

Finish: Art Only

Dimensions: 40 inches wide, 30 inches tall

Shipping: $110.00

Price: $2400.00