- Bright Danso, a young Ghanaian artist, makes amazing artworks with fire and smoke
- The rare art is called Pyrography which Danso has specialised in with inspiration from his lecturer
- Danso created the world's first-ever pyrography table that he named 'Legacy'
A young talented Ghanaian painter and sculptor named Bright Danso has specialised in the art of creating beautiful designs with smoke and fire, which is known as Pyrography.
On his personal Facebook handle, the talented painter posted videos of some of his breathtaking works. He also shared moments he was creating the artworks.
Watch Danso speak about his works and passion in the video below:
Speaking about how he got into the rare art, Danso said: "I am a painter and sculptor but wanted to try something else with heat and got inspired by my lecturer who always said that the presence of heat makes you think well. So I wanted the heat to make me think in a different way."
Danso also spoke about one of his brilliant artworks called 'Black Unitech' which had an interesting meaning behind it.
He said: "Black Unitech' is basically saying you cannot see through my mind to know what is going on in my head. So you can't judge me by my physical appearance."
Danso indicated that he is currently working on a project to start making artworks on furniture using heat. He wishes to employ other young people to carry out the project with him.
According to Danso, this comes after creating the world's first-ever Pyrography table that he named 'Legacy'. It is also on Danso's plan to create an art gallery where he will showcase his works.
Watch Bright Danso make some of his wonderful artworks below:
A beautiful design of two boys being made on a flat wooden slate.
An amazing portrait of a beautiful lady being made with smoke.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a talented Nigerian artist identified as Caezar painted realistic portraits of his favourite celebrities.
The artist painted the portraits of different celebrities and shared them on his Instagram page. Caezar shared the posts with details of how he created the portraits and how long it took for him to finish them.
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