- A young man has caught the eye of many with his amazing showing of artistic talent
- Onyeka Iloanya converted metal wastes into an eye-catching brazen bull sculpture
- Pictures of the work of art got many talking and singing Onyeka praises
A Nigerian man has blown many on social media away with his creative use of his artistic skills.
The young man identified as Onyeka Iloanya was celebrated by Bede Ezeugo on Linkedln for what he described as turning waste into wealth.
Bede, while sharing pictures of the young bundle of talent along with his creation, challenged his followers that they can do more with little resources.
In the photos shared, the bull sculpture had an appearance of a real bull and is a testament to something that was crafted by someone with a mastery of sculpting.
Bede's Linkedln post read in part:
"You Can Do More With Little Resources
"From Waste to Wealth:
"A Nigerian-based artist Mr Onyeka Iloanya ‘wow' Nigerians with his impressive artistic skills and completed projects .... Kudos and keep it up."
Nigerians flooded his comment section with thoughts that showed how stunned they were by the masterly creation.
Jide Akintayo reacted:
"I celebrate you and your fantastic pieces of Art. I know a lot went into the creation of these masterpieces.-Great Job!"
Kosisochukwu Onwuchekwa wrote:
"University of Benin, Ekenwan campus.
"My almanata, my pride!"
TH Jinadu said:
"Best of luck this is brilliant!!"
Christiana Badejo commented:
"This is just too ravishing to behold..haha so beautiful. Kudos talented and creative artist."
Kelsy Taylor opined:
"Nigeria youths are truly wonderful, creative and innovative people.
"There is still hope for the future."
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a man identified as Segun Akano is the only artist in the country who makes sculptures with screws.
Speaking with Briefly News, he said he decided to make sculpture with screws because he wanted to be identified with something unique.
According to Akano, the idea came to him in the middle of the night and he immediately acted on it. Akano later found out that artists in other countries were also executing the idea.
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