Artwork forms part of our lives and it takes a steady hand to sculpt. A good sculptor pays attention to details which thus when an artist sculpts, they carve out what they intend to do out of a stone or clay. Not everyone can sculpt that's why we need to commend good sculptors in this world. I was surfing through social media via Twitter and i came across a sculpture of former President Jerry John Rawlings by a Ghanaian sculptor by the name kumi samuel.
Kumi's sculpture of former President Rawlings was one of a kind as his work paid attention to details and it seems i wasn't the only one who was bamboozled by kumi's gifted hands. Fans on Twitter heaped praises on the artist for a job well done however, others believed the artist's work was just a replica of himself but not former President Rawlings.
Former President Rawlings passed on last year November and i believe kumi sculptured Rawlings to pay tribute to him. Check out the images of his work below and judge for yourself if indeed the artist deserves to be praised.
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