- A young artist has also paid tribute to the late film producer Shona Ferguson with stunning artwork and Mzansi is dazzled
- The man took to Twitter to drop the pieces on Ferguson and South Africans are seriously in love with the beautiful work
- @EnnockMartZA passed his condolences to the former The Queen star and Briefly News looks at the reactions
Following the passing of actor and film producer Shona Ferguson, one South African guy has dedicated stunning artwork to the late film star. Ferguson was laid to rest on Wednesday and the young man posted great pieces on the former The Queen actor and producer.
South Africans are now sharing their reviews of the beautiful paintings. @EnnorckMartZA took to Twitter, saying the pieces are a way of paying his tribute to the late producer.
The post reads:
“We thank you for this… shooo don’t wanna mention names but wooo wee this other person didn’t draw Mr Shona, you painted him well.”
“I recall at some point both Connie and Shona supported your work, that was so humane of them, which I believe left you so extremely humbled.”
“Your art is truly amazing.”
“Damn you are amazing and one of the best artists. Well done Sir.”
“Well done. This is on point.”
“You never disappoint.”
Khuzeka Rasta: Mzansi isn't happy with Rasta's painting of the late Tsepo Tshola
In other art stories, Briefly News reported that South Africans are very critical of Rasta the artist’s latest work on the late musician, Tsepo Tshola.
The controversial artist paid his tributes to the fallen muso, famously known as the ‘Village Pope’. The well-known artist took to social media to display his art pieces on the man recognised as one of the finest musicians in the African continent.
In another piece, Briefly News reported that Rasta seems to have finally caught a break from his army of critics after he headed online to share a snap of himself holding two paintings that he had done to honour the late King Goodwill Zwelithini, who recently passed on.
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Source: Briefly News