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Liveth Ashiagbor

Is There Hope - (2022)

Charcoal pencil, Graphite pencil, Charcoal powder Highlighter, Electric eraser, Mono zero on Strathmore paper. 

56cm x 74cm

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Cleanse (Self-portrait) - 2022

Charcoal pencil, Charcoal powder, Highlighter, Electric eraser, Mono Zero eraser, Brushes, Graphite pencils on Strathmore paper.

49cm x 60cm

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Nelson Mandela - (2020)

Charcoal pencil, charcoal powder, Mono Zero eraser, Highlighter, Electric eraser, Grey powder, Blending brushes on Strathmore paper.

41cm x 51cm

Untitled 04 - 2020

Charcoal pencils, Graphite pencils, Grey powder, Highlighter, Electric eraser, Blending brushes, Charcoal powder on Strathmore paper.

41cm x 46cm

Untitled 01

Charcoal pencil, Charcoal powder, Mono Zero eraser, Highlighter, Electric eraser, Grey powder, Blending brushes on Strathmore paper.

57cm by 60cm

Samuel L Jackson - 2022

Charcoal pencil, Graphite pencil, Highlighter, Electric eraser, Mono Zero eraser, Blending brushes, Graphite powder on Strathmore paper.

58cm x 60cm

Matters of The People - 2021

Graphite pencils, Charcoal pencil, Blending brushes, Mono Zero eraser, Grey powder, Graphite powder on Strathmore paper.

53cm x 80cm 

Liveth Ashiagbor

Liveth Ashiagbor is a self-taught hyper-realistic artist from Accra, Ghana, He discovered his passion for art during his high school years where he studied Visual Arts. Although he wasn't able to pursue higher education in the field, Liveth's artistic journey took off in 2017, driven by a deep-seated connection to drawings that dates back to his childhood.

For Liveth, art is a medium for expressing his thoughts and emotions to society, and this personal connection influences his creations. Despite not having formal training beyond high school, Liveth's artistic prowess has blossomed through dedication and self-guided exploration.

 

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