Kofi Frempong, is a Toronto-raised visual artist of Ghanaian descent who specializes in creating warm, vibrant acrylic paintings that pay tribute to the beauty of the African diaspora. With over 30 years of experience and a passion for fostering safe spaces for love, learning, laughter, and endless possibilities, Kofi has been running his art business since 2014. He believes that art is not just for consumption but an expression of life and a conduit for love in endless possibilities. In addition to creating art, Kofi is dedicated to supporting young, emerging artists through his work as a Vibe Arts For Children And Youth Mentor, a freelance facilitator, and curator. With over 15 years experience as a community Health Worker, he also combines his passion for community building with his art by leveraging his relationships to create access and opportunities for those in need. Most notably, Kofi founded Freedom Fridayz, a community based platform that connected artists , entrepnures, and community stakeholders to build an ecosystem of collaboration , celebration, and support. As a social media influencer, Kofi creates meaningful dialog, connections, and a culture of community love. Kofi is a renowned and successful artist known for exhibiting prestigious venues such as the AGO and Art Expo New York. He has received recognition for his work, including being selected as a CBC Arts Canadian Artist of the Month and being featured on the Oprah Winfrey Network and Discovery Plus' Profiled: The Black Man. He has also been showcased in galleries both locally and internationally and serves as a brand ambassador for The Hustle Never Dies, a lifestyle brand promoting community, excellence, and style. However, to Kofi, his biggest accomplishment is inspiring his two daughters to have a true love for art. He invites you to experience the love and passion he puts into each piece and hopes that by following his journey, you will find your own art and love the world with it.