- An artist identified as Sergi Cadenas painted a masterpiece that transforms from a beautiful girl into an old woman
- The painting was shared on LinkedIn by a man named Anthony J James and many couldn't hide their love for the artwork
- According to a report, Cadenas is a successful optical artist and one of those leading globally in this area of art
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An artist identified as Sergi Cadenas has wowed social media users with his artwork which changes from a beautiful young lady to an old woman.
A man named Anthony J James shared the masterpiece on his LinkedIn page and captioned it:
"Awesome artwork and creativity by Sergi Cadenas this is “Getting Old”."
In the video, the painting shows a young girl changing to an old woman.
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According to Galeria Jordi Barnadas, Sergi Cadenas is one of the world’s leading optical art artists and his paintings are in the Swiss museum Porrentruy Optical Art (POPA).
Cadenas' work has acquired great international projection and his paintings are part of private collections around the world.
Social media reacts
Many LinkedIn users flooded the comment section of James' post to share their thoughts on the adorable painting.
A LinkedIn user identified as Lenis Chepkoech said:
"Wow, great art work."
Mohammad Bashir Khalil commented:
Sergio Jacinto Ramos wrote:
"Great art work, great artist."
Shreya kumar said:
Angela Davis commented:
"Though....it transformed and transitioned rather quickly. I’d give some time between 21 - 50 age wise."
Artist wows many with her adorable artwork
YEN.com.gh previously reported that a visual artist identified on Twitter as @IjeomaOgood has wowed people with her beautiful artwork which she shared on her social media platform.
She posted an adorable photo of herself alongside the masterpiece and quoted the words of her friend.
@IjeomaOgood said these were the words of her friend when she saw the painting:
"Did you name her? She deserves to travel. Be seen, to tell her stories for centuries to come. Give her a mark, inscribe a description. She will gain the fame of the like of Van Gogh's Starry Night. From pain comes this beauty. Set her free."