Archeology student turns to art


Armed with a degree in archeological studies and a passion for arts, 30-year-old Maungo ‘Blu’ Seabenyane has combined the two disciplines to come up with a unique form of heritage art that depicts Botswana and the African continent.

Seabenyane, a multi-talented artist who has been in the industry for close to 10 years, has managed to establish her own art studio called Art of the Blue. She is into  painting, beadwork, curatorship, costume design, stage props, recycling, fashion accessories and private academic tutoring.

Inside her art studio inside her mother’s garage, are art pieces and artifacts of different backgrounds and origins. The collections include Basarwa hunting bags, African paintings, bottle cap bags, books, portraits, clothing material, customised clothing material and unfinished artwork.

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