Artist Kwaku Genfi's favorite childhood past time of drawing his siblings and capturing the lifestyle of his native Ghana in the most candid of ways, has steadily blossomed into what promises to be a prolific art career.

Despite not recieving formal training in the arts; Genfi's reliance on his God-given talent, creativity and day to day experiences have been enough to concieve artistic masterpieces, worthy of acclaim from both print and broadcast media.

Whether its his vivid interpretations of a frightened inner-cityboy peeking behind a curtain as bullets fly by or inhabitants of an African village dancing in joyous celebration; Genfi's oil and pastel paintings have found great appreciation and meaning among all kinds of people.