Angu Walters
Country: Cameroon
Style: Surrealism
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Fun Fact: His interest in painting started when he was a boy experimenting with ink from different pen colors, mixed and applied them on torn cardboards, which were sometimes hung on the walls of his mother’s sitting room. His mother invited Spee, a very famous artist to show him what the child was doing with the materials he could find in his milieu, thereafter the artist took him to his workshop, under his guidance so to better improve on his skills.
Quote:
Works
1.
2. Kora Player III
3. Mask
4. The Broken Bridge
5. The Fulani. The Cow. The Milk
6.  Sunshine in my mind
7.Knowledge is Power
Angu Walters
Country: Cameroon
Style: Surrealism
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Fun Fact: His interest in painting started when he was a boy experimenting with ink from different pen colors, mixed and applied them on torn cardboards, which were sometimes hung on the walls of his mother’s sitting room. His mother invited Spee, a very famous artist to show him what the child was doing with the materials he could find in his milieu, thereafter the artist took him to his workshop, under his guidance so to better improve on his skills.
Quote:
Works
1.
2. Kora Player III
3. Mask
4. The Broken Bridge
5. The Fulani. The Cow. The Milk
6.  Sunshine in my mind
7.Knowledge is Power
Angu Walters
Country: Cameroon
Style: Surrealism
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Fun Fact: His interest in painting started when he was a boy experimenting with ink from different pen colors, mixed and applied them on torn cardboards, which were sometimes hung on the walls of his mother’s sitting room. His mother invited Spee, a very famous artist to show him what the child was doing with the materials he could find in his milieu, thereafter the artist took him to his workshop, under his guidance so to better improve on his skills.
Quote:
Works
1.
2. Kora Player III
3. Mask
4. The Broken Bridge
5. The Fulani. The Cow. The Milk
6.  Sunshine in my mind
7.Knowledge is Power
Angu Walters
Country: Cameroon
Style: Surrealism
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Fun Fact: His interest in painting started when he was a boy experimenting with ink from different pen colors, mixed and applied them on torn cardboards, which were sometimes hung on the walls of his mother’s sitting room. His mother invited Spee, a very famous artist to show him what the child was doing with the materials he could find in his milieu, thereafter the artist took him to his workshop, under his guidance so to better improve on his skills.
Quote:
Works
1.
2. Kora Player III
3. Mask
4. The Broken Bridge
5. The Fulani. The Cow. The Milk
6.  Sunshine in my mind
7.Knowledge is Power
Angu Walters
Country: Cameroon
Style: Surrealism
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Fun Fact: His interest in painting started when he was a boy experimenting with ink from different pen colors, mixed and applied them on torn cardboards, which were sometimes hung on the walls of his mother’s sitting room. His mother invited Spee, a very famous artist to show him what the child was doing with the materials he could find in his milieu, thereafter the artist took him to his workshop, under his guidance so to better improve on his skills.
Quote:
Works
1.
2. Kora Player III
3. Mask
4. The Broken Bridge
5. The Fulani. The Cow. The Milk
6.  Sunshine in my mind
7.Knowledge is Power
Angu Walters
Country: Cameroon
Style: Surrealism
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Fun Fact: His interest in painting started when he was a boy experimenting with ink from different pen colors, mixed and applied them on torn cardboards, which were sometimes hung on the walls of his mother’s sitting room. His mother invited Spee, a very famous artist to show him what the child was doing with the materials he could find in his milieu, thereafter the artist took him to his workshop, under his guidance so to better improve on his skills.
Quote:
Works
1.
2. Kora Player III
3. Mask
4. The Broken Bridge
5. The Fulani. The Cow. The Milk
6.  Sunshine in my mind
7.Knowledge is Power
Angu Walters
Country: Cameroon
Style: Surrealism
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Fun Fact: His interest in painting started when he was a boy experimenting with ink from different pen colors, mixed and applied them on torn cardboards, which were sometimes hung on the walls of his mother’s sitting room. His mother invited Spee, a very famous artist to show him what the child was doing with the materials he could find in his milieu, thereafter the artist took him to his workshop, under his guidance so to better improve on his skills.
Quote:
Works
1.
2. Kora Player III
3. Mask
4. The Broken Bridge
5. The Fulani. The Cow. The Milk
6.  Sunshine in my mind
7.Knowledge is Power

Angu Walters

Country: Cameroon

Style: Surrealism

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

Fun Fact: His interest in painting started when he was a boy experimenting with ink from different pen colors, mixed and applied them on torn cardboards, which were sometimes hung on the walls of his mother’s sitting room. His mother invited Spee, a very famous artist to show him what the child was doing with the materials he could find in his milieu, thereafter the artist took him to his workshop, under his guidance so to better improve on his skills.

Quote:

Works

1.

2. Kora Player III

3. Mask

4. The Broken Bridge

5. The Fulani. The Cow. The Milk

6.  Sunshine in my mind

7.Knowledge is Power