- Local artist, Ennock Mlangeni, opened up about a proud moment in his life on social media
- Mlangeni, who went viral in 2018 after painting a portrait of DJ Black Coffee using coffee grains, opened his own solo exhibition in Belgium
- The artist shared photos of the amazing achievement online and gushed about going from a shack to an international exhibition
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South Africans have got talent and it is finally being acknowledged by the rest of the world. Local artist Ennock Mlangeni is making a name for himself abroad.
The young man took to his Instagram page recently to gush about an amazing achievement - opening a solo exhibition in Belgium.
Mlangeni shared photos of his works of art and captioned it:
"You don't know me yet! First solo exhibition opening today in Belgium. From producing art in a shack to international exhibition."
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Take a look at his post below:
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South Africans were inspired by the post and they applauded Mlangeni on social media.
"Believe us - WE KNOW YOU!!! Our very own Ennock Mlangeni."
Instagram user, r3n3ilw3_seshok, said:
"So proud of you."
"You're now living the dream, mfwethu... Salute!!!"
Mlangeni went viral in 2018 after he showed off a portrait he painted of DJ Black Coffee using Ricoffy.
Meanwhile, earlier we reported on another amazing and talented young artist. On social media, 20-year-old Sisanda Buthelezi has been wowing South Africans with her exceptional talent. The young artist posts snaps of the hyper-realistic pieces of art she completed - some she even shows off before they are completed.
Sisanda was born in KwaZulu-Natal but she relocated to Pretoria with her parents at the end of 2012. The talented young lady attended Potchestroom Girls' High School and she fell in love with art completely when she took visual arts as a subject in Grade 10.
The self-taught artist spoke to Briefly.co.za about her passion and the piece she is most proud of - a stunning portrait of Jacob Zuma.
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