Nelson Mandela art showcases 12-year old's amazing talent

Nelson Mandela art showcases 12-year old's amazing talent

- A 12-year-old girl was at the receiving end of thousands of compliments after her father shared an image she had sketched of Nelson Mandela to the popular Facebook group, #I'mStaying

- The amazing artwork was made using the words Nelson Mandela as opposed to the usual drawing of lines

- Facebook users were left shocked at the young girl's articulate drawing skills

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This 12-year-old year girl clearly has a very beautiful gift and her father, Steven Lake, didn't shy away from sharing this gift with the world when he posted the picture of her beautiful drawing to a popular Facebook group.

The picture received over 10 000 reactions and thousands of comments from Facebook users who were wowed by her ability to use words to create such a detailed sketch of the late celebrated Nelson Mandela.

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See the lovely picture below.

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Madiba art. SOURCE: Facebook
Source: Facebook

One Facebook user, @Lana Marx, encouraged the girl's dad to send her to art school and wished her luck for the future.

"One very talented young lady. If you can afford to, let her take art classes. A gift like that should not be wasted. Good luck for the future."

This user, @Suhayfa Hoosen thought the girl was brilliant.

"Wow, brilliant young lady!"

This user @Ann Botes encouraged the proud dad to frame the drawing.

"This is incredible, make sure you frame it. So talented!"

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South Africans are known for their ability to jive and this baby girl is no different. In a video posted by Twitter user @ChristoThurston she can be seen busting all sorts of moves while an unknown lady cheers her on in the background.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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