African art varies greatly, from wooden hand carved figures to paintings to handmade fabrics like Kente Cloth and Batik cloth art. The different countries of Africa each share similar artistic heritages and you will find that art from different areas of Africa share similar styles and qualities, although specific cultures place their own signatures on their arts. In Ghana, you will find that Kente Cloth is the signature art of the country. Continue reading African Art
Documentary about how Kente Cloth is woven
Below are the meanings of Adinkra symbols that you may find on Kente Cloths. These are different from Kente Cloth Weave Patterns & Meaning.
Besides Kente Cloth, there are various other types of African Frabrics and Textiles. These cloths are generally hand made and require a lot of patience and creativity. Below are some other creative and beautiful types of fabric from Africa you will love:
Kente Cloth is a hand-woven in Ghana and is traditionally worn by people of royalty due to its cost and complexity. See Kente Cloth for additional information.