- A talented artist identified as Saskia Gall has created a rare masterpiece and has further proven that using imagination makes possibilities become limitless
- Saskia made a stunning artwork that bursts into life when water is added to it
- According to the young and talented artist, it took her 50 hours to make the masterpiece
An artist identified as Saskia Gall has created a billboard that transforms into stunning artwork when water is added to it.
Sakia spent 50 hours creating the 8ft by 4ft portrait using hydrochromic paint, which reacts to water or moisture, The Sun reports.
Briefly.co.za gathers that the artist used a variety of pigment-changing paints and make-up from the Ciaté London Dewy range and other innovative artistic techniques to create the faceless image.
In her words:
“The Ciaté dewy range was really fun to experiment with. I love how it brings out such a natural healthy glow on the skin and tried to capture that in the painting. The shine and glassy look it gives means I can really bring out the depth of colours and skin tones.
“Incorporating the wide range of foundation and blush colours in the actual painting really helped to make the painting come to life.”
In a similar news, Briefly.co.za reported on another artist, Innocent Zungu, has wowed South Africans on social media by strutting his artistic flair creating art using sand and is becoming a hit on Facebook.
According to a post by Stefanie Minnaar, Zungu is a super sandman and recently moved his talent from Muizenberg to the Strand beaches.
In a post that has been shared 414 times and with 379 comments when Briefly.co.za penned this piece, Minnaar expressed shock after someone decided to destroy his work and took off with Zungu's tools after beautifully building the Big 5 animals.
The talented sand sculptor is wreaking havoc on the social media page as he continues to receive rave reviews through admirers from all walks of life. Said Minnaar on the ImStaying Facebook Page:
“This is the Supersand man. (Innocent Zungu). He recently moved his talent from Muizenberg to the Strand."
See photographs of his phenomenal artwork here.
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