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Gorden Kegeya’s figurative paintings portray invigorating brush strokes which are in the colourful rendition of incisions. He is deeply inspired by the emotions, thoughts, movement and endurance of creatures in Africa. His works are mostly based on the poetics of Africa and the literary study of Westernisation on Africanism today. He said, “The subjects my soul paints, expose the subverted visions of political Africa."
It is a greatly sufficient repaint of the geographical challenges he faced since when he was very young and as a result had conceptualised his works in the transient nature of life, thus from birth to ashes. It comes with the keen eye for observation and an ameliorated heart for appreciation, which the society taught him.
He had majored in Painting and Sculpture (Bachelor of Arts in Art Education) at the University of Education, Winneba where he found comfort in his bias towards the digital media.