Bass Guitar Man
- Hand Made
- Crafted Out of Teak Wood
- 8.75 inches
- Made in Ghana
- Bass Guitar Player
An authentic hand made Africans sculpture masterfully crafted out of dark brown teak wood by Francis Agbete. It depicts a musician playing the strings of the bass guitar and making magic happen as he conjures a heavenly sound.
This sculpture is crafted out of teak wood. Ghanaian teakwood is noted for its reliability and water resistance. The sculpture measures 8.75 inches (Height) x 4.5 inches (Width) x 1.8 inches (Depth) and weighs approximately 10 ounces. Makes a great gift for any bass player.
Each sculpture is crafted by hand so there may be slight and subtle variations in color, size and pattern.
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Francis AgbeteMy name is Francis Agbete and I come from a family of traditional wood carvers. I was born December 28, 1976 in a suburb of Accra. I attended the Vakpo Secondary Technical Institute from 1994 to 1996, and upon graduation I enrolled at the Accra Poly-Technical Institute to read Mechanical Technician course grade two. While at school, funding was becoming a difficulty. So during weekends and vacations, I would visit my father's wood carving workshop and assist him by carving some products for sale. I have always helped my father when he's needed me, so coming to assist my father at the workshop at this time of my educational career was not a new job for me.
The realization eventually dawned on me to stay on, work on my own designs, and display my own woodcarvings so that I could earn enough to support my education. I ventured and opened a workshop at the Craft Village near the Tetteh Quarshie Circle. Managing and controlling the operations of the shop was becoming a problem since, as a student, I needed more time for my studies than for my carving jobs. To solve this problem, I explained this idea both to my sister, Mary Agbete and my cousin, Stephen Agbete and asked them about the possibility of looking after the workshop and selling the items I carved while I was at school.
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