Tsholofelo’s ever-evolving artistry

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Thabiso Tsholofelo seems to have a knack for trying out a new art form and excel in it. What started off as moulding cows with mud, evolved into making wire cars, then sketching during his school days, making braai stands and now fabric painting.

The South Africa-born artist says the driving force behind this is his passion for the art.

“It all started from a young age.  I could go to the shops driving my wire van.  I would take a bicycle tyre and make the wheels (of the car),” Tsholofelo says.

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