Artist wows Mzansi with watercolour paintings: "Some serious talent"

Artist wows Mzansi with watercolour paintings: "Some serious talent"

- An artist showed off his talent on the #ImStaying Facebook group

- Blessing Chakandinakira creates stunning watercolour paintings

- His talent was recognised by thousands of South Africans, with many offering to buy the paintings

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Some of the most inspiring and amazing stories are shared on the #ImStaying Facebook page and people often show off their talents as well.

Blessing Chakandinakira is one of the people who managed to inspire thousands with his skills. The artist creates the most breath-taking watercolour paintings and he shared them with the 'stayers' on Sunday.

He posted a snap of his latest works of art and captioned the post:

"These are watercolour paintings to enjoy I did recently, after posting another painting in this group people seemed to want to see more so I decided to share again."

Take a look at his post below:

Artist wows Mzansi with watercolour paintings: "Some serious talent"

Screenshot of Blessing Chakandinakira's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

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More than 17 000 people loved Chakandinakira's work and some even offered to buy it.

Eugene Le Roux commented:

"I would like to buy. How do I contact you?"

Jenny Kirkland added:

"Your work is amazing! Please try to set up a gallery to exhibit all your work. Maybe you can start selling your pictures online?"

Jennifer Lindsay Frean Gower said:

"I love them! Do you post overseas?"

Glenda Jordaan wrote:

"My prayers for you are that there will be some talent scout that discover you here that will take you to higher heights! God bless."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported another artist wowed Mzansi. A 74-year-old man wanted to honour President Cyril Ramaphosa for making the hard decisions to ensure the safety of all South Africans.

The artist made a 3D portrait of the SA head of state and photos of the art were posted online, inspiring Mzansi social media users.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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