- Twitter account @Mirungi_Artists took to the social media app to showcase the beautiful artwork of 20-year old Muhereza Wilberforce
- A picture of the young artist, who is an electrical engineering student, was accompanied by some of his rather skilful artwork which left many tweeps impressed
- According to @Mirungi_Artists, Muhereza does not earn commission on his work yet because he believes he has "a lot to improve"
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A 20-year old student, Muhereza Wilberforce, left people on Twitter impressed by his beautiful artwork this weekend.
After Twitter account @Mirungi_Artists posted the young man's work on their page, the post was soon flooded with compliments about how talented he is.
According to the Twitter post, Muhereza enjoys drawing in his free time and is inspired by South African artist Jono Dry, a Nigerian artist who worked with Olad arts as well as one of his high school teachers.
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The post also mentioned that Muhereza is not accepting commission for his work as he believes that he has "a lot to learn".
He also mentioned that he loves art because it "speaks louder than words can say". Look at his work below:
Supportive tweeps were quick to praise the young artist and left some supportive comments below his artwork.
One user, @Venz_Emm wrote: "Wow this one has hella talent," while another user, @Sheiosmukiga wrote, "These are really nice."
This user @Venus_wa_Mars admired how well Muhereza captured even the smallest details in his work, "The detailed facial expressions," she wrote.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported about the top 15 artists in South Africa. Adriaan Diedericks, Tom Culberg, Julia Rosa Clark and John Meyer were all mentioned among the greats.
South African art pays highly in the local and global markets. There is a high demand for sculptors, portraits and so on from African artists in the world.
If Muheraza continues to impress, it looks like he will soon be joining these talented South Africans making money in the art industry.
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