Born 1950, Kumasi, Ghana
Almighty God's paintings are elaborate, realistic and satirical images of fantasy intermingled with textual excerpts. One cannot help thinking of urban graffiti as Almighty's letters abruptly change course and abandon all sense of alignment. His art is profoundly religious and the subjects it tackles undoubtedly strike a chord with those who, like the artist himself, have connections with the Churches whose numerous congregations can be found all over Ghana. Whether referencing Christianity or images associated with the realms of 'juju' and witchcraft, Almighty consciously uses his art as a genuine evangelical tool. His work is held in the Pigozzi Collection of Contemporary African Art and has been included in major museum exhibitions at the Dapper, Paris and The Center for African Art, New York.