Hoglah Som Tabuah is from Koforidua and a graduate of The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. At Kwame Nkrumah, she read BFA painting and sculpture. Hoglah had her elementary education at Prince of Peace primary school, St Johns Preparatory School and her secondary education at Oyoko Methodist Senior High School. She loves to sing, paint on walls and create crafty things: something which may have inspired the creating of the “glow in the dark” product.
Currently, she is experimenting with different materials: glass and plastic marbles to create a decorative piece- “glow in the dark”. According to her, conceiving the idea was quite challenging however,she has moved past that stage to the implementation stage where she has already produced 11 pieces within a time space of two months. “Glow in the dark” products are art pieces made from glass and plastic marbles- they work like Chandeliers.
Hoglah sees it as a privilege to be a female in a field dominated by men.” I am not trying to be in a competition with the men. I think I also have the same ability as them. I really do a lot of research so as to be upgraded…but my talent is my talent no doubt about that” she said.