Konyalı "little shepherd" gains everyone's appreciation with his paintings
Konyalı "little shepherd" gains everyone's appreciation with his pictures
13-year-old Fahri Tezcan, who helped his father in the district of Halkapınar, Konya, impresses everyone with his passion for painting.
Fahri Tezcan, a 7th grade student at Halkapınar Boarding Regional Secondary School, draws attention with his interest and talent in painting as well as his success in his classes.
Fahri Tezcan told the AA reporter that he does not like to play games on the street like other children.
Stating that she both grazed sheep in the pasture and helped her father in the pen, Tezcan explained that she loved painting very much, painting in the remaining times of her lessons.
Tezcan, emphasizing that he was making use of his time by painting while grazing sheep with his father, continued as follows: "Since I don't have a friend doing the same thing with me, I play with my brothers and draw pictures when I am alone in my room. I learned some drawing techniques from my art teacher at Halkapınar Boarding Regional Secondary School.
With my lessons, I paint in my days left over from housework and shepherding. In my paintings, I prefer to draw the things I love in my life. I draw my sheep, lambs, shepherd dog, fields. My biggest dream is to be a good artist. "
Stating that she preferred painting with colored crayons instead of pastel or watercolor, Tezcan explained that she also fondly grazed sheep and lambs.
She has grades in painting competitions at school
Father Yusuf Tezcan also expressed his happiness to graze sheep with his son.
Stating that his biggest supporter in shepherding is his son Fahri, his father Tezcan said, "I learned how to be a shepherd from my father, and my son is learning from me. My son is both my hand and foot. helping me in my job. " said.
Explaining that his son loves painting, Tezcan said: "When I go shopping, he orders me painting tools such as drawing books and crayons. If I come without buying it, he will be sad.
is also looking forward to the day I take. Because he always paints in the evenings at home, on the countryside, on the slope, and in his spare time. There are degrees in painting competitions at his school. "