Art Exhibition at Quintessence

2 thoughts on “Art Exhibition at Quintessence”

  1. Looking through your gallery, I have to say that I love the ‘traditional feeling’ of the place and I second the fact that suya should be our national snack (sorry vegetarians)

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  2. I am looking for a way to directly contact Mrs. Aino Oni-Okpaku. I was a friend of her husband, Gabriel, while he was at Stanford. I have tried to find Gabriel for several years and recently found an article mentioning that he had died in 1977. I own one of Gabriel’s paintings and it is a favorite in my collection.

    If anyone has a way for my to contact Mrs. Aino Oni-Okpaku please send me an email at:
    ronn1010@aol.com.

    Thank you for your help.

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