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Meet Sheila Sheldone, the Young Artist Who Amazes Art Lovers in Kenya

Only 12-year-old Kenyan girl Sheila Sheldone is a prodigy of art. Sheila after africanews fascinates by the magnificence of her drawings.

In four years of training at Lighthouse International School, a famous fine arts school in Nairobi where she continues to study, the girl makes fabulous paintings. She spends almost every day drawing. Among these works are among others several politicians from his country, Kenya.

“I drew my governor, Ali Hassan Joho, and I met him. I also met Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya. I drew President Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga, Governor Mike Mbuvi and Churchill. I hope to meet them too, “said the young artist according to our source. For the girl, one must also vary one’s skills and talents. Starting from this principle, the girl draws in cartoons and other to complete her training. She hopes very quickly to be in focus and benefit from her art.


“I’m also good at reciting poems and creating outfits. Last year, at the event organized by Platinum marketing agencies in Mombasa, I dressed all the children who participated in the parade. Two months ago I started modeling. I want to be the best young artist, and even start being paid for my talent, “she pointed out. 
The Young Painter is, according to several sources, a raw talent to follow very closely.


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