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Avoidable Depletion

ARTIST: NTHABELENG MOLAPOCOUNTRY: LESOTHOMATERIALS USED: CHALK PASTELS In this artwork, we see a seed with its roots on top of the ground and an ocean...

Broken Young

ARTIST: NTHABELENG MOLAPOCOUNTRY: LESOTHOMATERIALS USED: CHALK PASTELS Life is at a standstill, those who kept on running away from fear, away from their demons are...

Jabs of Hope

ARTIST: NTHABELENG MOLAPOCOUNTRY: LESOTHOMATERIALS USED: CHALK PASTELS In this artwork, I depict the resilience of art By depicting art as a  colourful competitor, a competitor...

Misery

ARTIST: PUSELETSO MASEMENECOUNTRY: LESOTHOMATERIALS USED: OIL PASTELS, PEN and PENCIL The Coronavirus that was discovered first in China, December 2019, has spread worldwide and affected...

Nature Still Thrives

ARTIST: LITS'ITSO NTHABICOUNTRY: LESOTHOMATERIALS USED: PENCIL and WATERCOLOURS In these trying times where our livelihood is being threatened nature still finds a way to thrive. The...

Ode To The Women That Suffer In Silence

ARTIST: LITS'ITSO NTHABICOUNTRY: LESOTHOMATERIALS USED: PENCIL and OIL PASTELS Ode to the scarred women, To whom pain is no stranger. Agony carved on their skins, Scars a permanent...

Roll The Dice

ARTIST: PUSELETSO MASEMENECOUNTRY: LESOTHOMATERIALS USED: OIL PASTELS and COLOURING PENCILS The corona virus has become the most popular topic in our homes and communities; attempts...

The Art Of Letting Go

ARTIST: LITS'ITSO NTHABICOUNTRY: LESOTHOMATERIALS USED: LEAD PENCIL, COLOURING PENCILS and OIL PASTELS Ignorance is not always bliss. Choosing to play oblivious at one's current situation...