- A young woman took to social media to show off her works of art
- Nombulelo Dassie is a fine arts graduate who works from her bedroom
- She manages to capture the essence of her subject and South Africans were impressed by her work
A beautiful artist, Nombulelo Dassie, has wowed South Africans with her talent on social media. Dassie is a fine arts graduate who has been working hard to break into the art industry.
So, she uses social media as a tool to share her stunning works of art. Briefly.co.za learned Dassie works from her bedroom and dreams of one day owning her own studio - and, she definitely has the talent for it.
This week, Dassie shared some of her charcoal drawings on Twitter and it got a couple thousand likes.
The talented artist also showed off her portrait of Julius Malema:
To Dassie, art is more than a hobby, it is her life. She shared another work of art and captioned it:
"#LearningToLiveWithout monate .I rather spend my time on my art. Art is life and an investment."
Her creations have caught the attention of many online and South Africans have praised her talent.
Twitter user, @CallMeKaytoo, commented:
"This is amazing."
Another tweep, @johannicolson, added:
"Awesome 3D and detail. You've got a gift."
Nate Jacobs, who goes by the Twitter handle @withNateJacobs, said:
"Your work is impeccable, you captured the emotions to the finest detail. Keep up the great work."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on another artist who paid tribute to President Cyril Ramaphosa. Julie Wessels completed a pencil sketch of the president and shared it on the #ImStaying Facebook page.
Her post read:
"I've done this sketch in honour of our President - all my trust is in our country's leadership to help keep citizens safe during this stressful time and that's also why #ImStaying. Thank you."
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