Inside Kegomoditswe's cool Art Studio

Ronald Kegomoditswe painting PIC:PHATSIMO KAPENG
Ronald Kegomoditswe painting PIC:PHATSIMO KAPENG

Some fine artists feel they are held back from painting because they do not have the space to do so. That has never been the case for Ronald Kegomoditswe.

All he ever dreamt of was having his own studio, a space where he would paint everyday. He didn’t let the beautiful photos of other artists’ studios on Instagram or Facebook leave him feeling defeated.

As he ventured into the world of art, one of the first things he put some thought into was a studio. He knew that working in a poor environment could really hurt his performance. In Tlokweng village, Kegomoditswe has rented a room in a big house and turned it into his holy place designed specifically for the goal of making art.

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