'Wood sculpture, 'We Are One Family'

She nestles her head beneath his chin while both reach out to their children. Beautifully portrayed in sese wood, the abstract figures are a metaphor for world peace. Mac Quaye and Raymond Otchere name this exquisite sculpture Ye Ye Abusua Baako. "It means 'we are one family' in the Akan language," they explain. "We should not fight among ourselves but rather let there be peace and unity among us."

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