One man�s trash is Metlhaleng�s treasure

Methlapeng's art work
Methlapeng's art work

For a master farmer, big horns are an eye sore but artist Galoseitse Metlhaleng finds one mans trash is another man’s treasure.

The Pilane man uses the big horns, which are normally in great abundance, especially in rural areas, to make useful accessories that mirror his artistic aptitude. The art pieces range from cups, bedside lamps, (both paraffin and electric), candle stands, buttons, bracelets as well as interior design pieces.

“I think a lot of people do not appreciate the beauty and the art in animal horns. 

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