Komla Letsu Phillip‘s “Blissful Introspection” exhibition is a must-see event for art lovers and African art enthusiasts. This collection of acrylic canvases, painted by the artist in his studio in Ho, Ghana, is co-organized by Arushi Kapoor of Arushi Gallery and William Prempeh of Berj Art Gallery.
Komla Letsu Phillip‘s works depict characters in animated settings with distinctive blue eyes that subliminally signify mental peace. Komla Letsu Phillip uses his sense of color to add authenticity to his paintings and express what is within him. “I try to portray what is within me. Being me is what I create,” he explains.
This first solo exhibition by Komla Letsu Phillip focuses on promoting true self-acceptance. In a world where we are constantly stimulated, Komla Letsu Phillip uses his work to express how silence makes him feel. The works are organized to create an atmosphere of serenity for the viewer, encouraging them to take time for happy introspection.
The title of the exhibition, “Blissful Introspection” was carefully chosen by the curators after studying what Komla Letsu Phillip was trying to convey. It evokes the importance of blissful introspection and encourages the audience to explore their own inner world.
The exhibition is on display at the Arushi Gallery on Temple Street in Los Angeles, California through March 06, 2023. If you are in the area, don’t miss this opportunity to experience the work of Komla Letsu Phillip, an exciting and promising artist in the African art scene.