Using art to relieve agony

Magwaneng has decided to use her creativity to distress
Magwaneng has decided to use her creativity to distress

FRANCISTOWN: Twenty-eight-year-old Lisa Magwaneng uses her God-gifted creativity in abstract art to let go of her emotional distress.

Born with the talent, Magwaneng told Arts & Culture that she specialises in abstract art, which is also known as a non-figurative or non-objective art. She said she mostly focuses on portrait drawing either by pencil or painting.

Born to a family of artists, Magwaneng explains that his uncle is an Art teacher whereas her siblings and some of her cousins are also independent visual artists. She added: “I started drawing from an early age (Standard One to be precise).

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