Creative people all over the world use art as a form of expression. They represent their imaginations in ways that are sometimes pleasing to a lay man.
Nigeria is no doubt a country that can boast of talented individuals and social media has helped to publicise their skill. Gone are the days when fine artists were not adequately recognised.
Recently a gifted creative artist identified as Ayogu Kingsley (@ayogukingsley_) took to his Twitter page to show his fans how far he has come in his craft. He shared photos of his work from 2014 alongside another work from 2018 and his audience were awed at the obvious improvement.
In his recent works the paintings look very realistic and can even be mistaken for photographs.
See his post below:
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See more of his works below:
As expected his skill has gotten him a number of admirers and many of them took to their handle to celebrate him. Some of them also shared amusing photos of their artistic progress. See some reactions below:
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In other news, Legit.ng previously reported on a young Ghanaian painter with magical hands.
Right at the heart of Dansoman, a suburb of Accra, is Artist Commey – a talented young man with magical hands for drawings and paintings.
Having developed the passion for art at a very tender age, Commey decided to turn his passion into a full-time occupation.
He might not be that established or known across the country, but the sight of some of his paintings have just one word written on them: genius! And, he has made strides too, albeit in a measurable context.
From a boy who used to draw on any and every paper he finds in his hands, Commey has developed his passion and currently owns a studio in Dansoman where he works from.
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