- An African artist has shown that things considered worthless can be recycled into something of value
- Sharing her paintings made with discarded ankara materials, the lady said she is in the business of recycling fabrics into great pieces
- Many have praised her brilliance as they showered praises and prayers on her craft
A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @FaithFulartng has demonstrated a commendable level of recycling skill as she showed off her excellent artistic pieces made from fabrics.
In a Twitter post on Thursday, November 12, the lady said she upcycles waste fabrics into paintings.
She posted two photos of the portraits she made. The fabric paintings depict women from both frontal and side views.
Looking closely at the works, one can see how different ankara fabrics blend to give an astonishing mixture of patterns and colours.
See her post below:
Not only did people appreciate her craft, but they also wished her prosperity in her future endeavours.
Below are some of their reactions:
"Mehn, you are talented. Pls tell me you're a product of YabaTech."
"Beautiful work dear, what a can do woman can do even better, be courageous and keep up the good work."
"I dunno how you did this, but mehn... it's beautiful! The second frame got your eyes tho."
"Bless is the work of your hands."
"This is so nice and unique. Well done. God will continue to bless the works of your hands."
In other news about artists, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a stunning South African artist who shared her breathtaking portrait of Miss South Africa 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida. Julie Wessels shared her stunning artwork to the #ImStaying group on Facebook.
Julie said she drew the portrait of our new Miss SA to honour Shudu's strength and pure authenticity. Julie believes that Shudu's authenticity shines across the oceans and that she's already touching hearts around the world while advocating for important causes.
Julie shared a quote by Shudu about mental health illnesses at the end of the inspiring post accompanying her drawing.
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