The Worldart Zolani Siphungela’s African Art Series is Uniquely Skil

By: Charl Bezuidenhout - Published: Aug 1, 2013 • References: & worldartsa.blogspot
Zolani Siphungela’s African art woodcut series is hailed by his peers as extremely skillful and unique in subject matter.

He uses a sullen and moody line-art style to create this unique African art series.Produced as woodcut prints and ink on wood in different sizes. Siphungela captures interesting moments, sometimes with a surreal touch, to tell his stories. From Siphungela’s ‘Blue’ to ‘Different,' the style and feeling is undeniably African but never typically so. In addition, Siphungela captures various objects, people, animals, cars and structures. Some of the portraits in the series are captured in black and white and others in sapphire and gives an enhanced feel to the woodcut line art style. Stats for Woodcut Line-Styled Art Trending: Older & Chilly
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