– A Nigerian lady has showcased some of her body of works which she tagged Olile Anya
– One of the lady’s paintings shows a girl holding a lantern with a forlorn look
– The artist said that the works are a continuation of the ones she earlier did
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A Nigerian lady, Uchennaya, has shown that the country is home to amazingly creative artists whose works could rival any on the international scene.
After reading about a lady who creates paintings with discarded ankara fabric and another who makes art using cutleries like spoons and forks, you would think you had seen it all.
In a Twitter post on Friday, November 13, the lady said the paintings she shared are her recent works titled Olile Anya.
See her photos below:
Many tweeps applauded her skill and how she blended colours well to achieve her subject on the canvas.
Tweeps commended the Nigerian painter, saying her works are amazing. @uchennayaaa
Below are some of the reactions:
“Beautiful work Uche nwam.”
“Uche, I want to be like you when I grow up. These are masterpieces.”
“Wow! You are good! And you will go places.”
“Your works are so awesome, more power to your elbow my namesake.”
“Omggggggg, I’m automatically your fan cos I’m a sucker for amandla stenberg and y’all identical iswr.”
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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that a Nigerian fine artist, Chubby Onyesoro, wowed social media with his work and people’s reactions are a mix of wonder and praise at his masterpiece.
Onyesoro said that he is a 3D pencil artist as he shared one of his many works on Twitter on Saturday, November 21.
Not only did people help him to massively share his post, but they were also stunned by how he was able to pull a drawing that seems to have a life of its own with just a pencil.
The Nigerian artist shared four pictures that captured the different moments of the drawing process. In one of the photos, the model sat in front of the finished work to show how well detailed the piece is.
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