- A proud African artist has showcased some of her body of work, which she tagged Olile Anya
- One of the lady's paintings shows a girl holding a lantern with a forlorn look
- The artist said that the works are a continuation of the ones she painted earlier
A Nigerian lady, Uchennaya, has shown that the country is home to amazingly creative artists whose works could rival any on the international scene.
After reading about a lady who creates paintings with discarded ankara fabric and another who makes art from cutlery like spoons and forks, you would think you had seen it all.
In a Twitter post on Friday, November 13, Uchennaya said the paintings she shared are her recent works titled Olile Anya.
See her photos below:
Many tweeps applauded her skill and how she blended colours well to achieve her subject on the canvas.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Beautiful work Uche nwam."
"Uche, I want to be like you when I grow up. These are masterpieces."
"Wow! You are good! And you will go places."
"Your works are so awesome, more power to your elbow my namesake."
"Omggggggg, I’m automatically your fan cos I’m a sucker for amandla stenberg and y’all identical iswr."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za also reported about, South Africans were taken aback by a video showing a diver swimming in the world's deepest pool. The video itself is mesmerising as a diver swims deeper and deeper into what seems like a bottomless pool. When the diver reaches the body the anxiety is real and people were getting all kinds of feelings reacting to the video.
@Lazola13__ summed it up pretty well with:
"I lost my breath whilst watching ."
The video is captioned with the following challenge:
"World's deepest pool. Would you attempt?"
Meanwhile impressed locals had the following to say about the hair-raising clip:
@_angel11111: "Sure doesn't look cheap but I'm more concerned about emergency measures in place in case someone did jump in can swim but now coming up the body is tired how quick can you be saved?"
@CebzM :"This was so cool for me and I was considering it until I saw he has no breathing equipment."
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Source: Briefly News