Mporo unlocks capabilities

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Bruno Mporo, a 21-year-old multi-talented artist from Molepolole who was inspired by the late famous actor Chadwick Boseman, is hoping for a big break in the creative arts industry.

The artist, who juggles both visual and performing arts said he has been focusing on commissioned art, painting, singing, writing, karate and being a stunt man in MmaBotswana's team. “My love for art started at the early age of 11 when I enjoyed cartoons more than anything. Most of my arts right now are all thanks to Boseman. The man taught me that no matter how painful it is in life, quitting or complaining shouldn't be one’s option,” he highlighted.

Mporo was quick to indicate that during the upgrading process, he managed to unlock some of his capabilities and express his creative skills. “I am so proud of who I am. Mporo also disclosed that currently he is schooling therefore it is difficult to pursue art full-time like before. In visual arts I use pen for my commission. I use paint for just decoration and I am hoping to sell my paints abroad someday. I haven’t done any exhibition because I'm still in that process, trying to make as many pieces,” he added. Mporo concluded that one thing that differentiates him from other artists is that he represents art at all cost.

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