Adwoa Andoh is a self-taught Ghanaian-American artist. She views art as a mechanism for processing the world around her and a means of escaping it when needed. Her work highlights the magical and mysterious worlds behind people's faces. She wants her work to spark introspection and transport people- especially women- somewhere else, somewhere deep within, somewhere free and somewhere liminal. 

Adwoa loves to play with colors and plans to create more work with liminal spaces. Although she works primarily in acrylic and oil paint, she is still exploring her art style and dabbles in charcoal, watercolor, and resin work. She wants her work to uplift people and encourage them to believe in the infinite magic that they possess.