Melfort Journal | Joshua Santos
As a child he only had his imagination, a piece of paper and a pencil. Now, two of his portraits are held high on a structure.
“When I started doing art, I never could have even thought of having two illustrations on a massive building. I couldn’t have imagined that. It was never planned. Even being in a galleries out in the world was not planned,” said Linsey Levendall.
His wife, Tamzyn Levendall obtained a job as a physician prompting the family to move from South African to Melfort.
Levendall works as a conceptual designer for the South African animation company, Shy the Sun. His giant five-storied stained glass works are of late South African president, Nelson Mandela and social activist Desmond Tutu… read more