Over the years, YEN.com.gh has developed keen interest in helping people promote their talents and works including arts, painting, extraordinary ventures and others.
Paul Degbevi, a professional painter and maker of room designs is making waves in the painting sector with his impeccable, flawless painting job.
Having undergone apprenticeship for three years, Paulin, now on his own, is making much fortunes from his painting work mainly through referrals and recommendations.
In an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh, Degbevi revealed that he has no specific group of clients, explaining that most of the people he works for reach out to him through recommendations by others he had worked for.
Revealing why he chose to undergo an apprenticeship in painting and no other job, Paulin Degbevi revealed that though he cannot say definitely that he has a talent in painting, he chose that field because he loves and admires it.
He is 26 years old and hails from the Volta Region, but lives in Togo where his mother comes from.
Given his flawless handiwork, Paulin is privileged to have had contracts outside Ghana where he undertakes similar jobs.
Paulin Degbevi is a proud professional painter now, and boast of three apprentices he is training in the painting job.
He also speaks French fluently, apart from the English language.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also published the story of a nine-year-old Kenyan girl who has gone global with her drawing and painting skills.
Shiellah, as she is called, was featured on the BBC where she revealed that she has made paintings for the President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, and other prominent people in her community.
Shiellah is also a teacher, teaching her age mates and even those who are older than her to draw.
There are other similar talented young people featured on YEN.com.gh, including a group called ‘2 pencils’ which has made beautiful artworks for people including the National Chief Imam and musician Kwesi Arthur.
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