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Self-taught Sierra Leonean artist shows off stunning paintings of a child.

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Self-taught Sierra Leonean artist shows off stunning paintings of a child.

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-Self-taught Sierra Leonean artist  Sahr Songu Mbriwa, founder of the Bondumani Art is yet another talented creative artist whose recent painting work has gone viral

– Salone Messenger sighted a painting work done by this young self-taught artist recently

– Self-taught Sierra Leonean Sahr Songu Mbriwa who reached out to Salone Messenger revealed his dream is to grow in passion for art

It is no news that Sierra Leone is now home to a lot of talented people doing great things in their various works of life. Sahr Songu Mbriwa is successful at his craft. The young artist recently reached out to Salone Messenger to share a stunning painting he did of a child, and it is simply mind-blowing.

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Sahr Songu Mbriwa who is a self-taught artist and founder of the Bondumani Art Company

Sahr Songu Mbriwa studied international relations at the Milton Margi college
and has worked for the American International School Freetown (AISF)

Sahr Songu Mbriwa reveals his passion for artwork during an interview
“I believe that every human God created has his or her calling and mine is Art, I was doing Art since I was Six years old which was at the time really hard for me because my dad was not approved of it as he wanted different career for me (lawyer)”.

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