Nico Bolzico flexes ‘artistic side’ with ‘sketch’ of wife Solenn
MANILA, Philippines — Drawing inspiration from wife Solenn Heussaff, social media personality Nico Bolzico proudly showed off on Tuesday his “artistic” side—sort of.
Known for being the funnyman that he is, Bolzico was once again on to his antics, as seen in his latest Instagram post.
In his post, Nico is shown drawing a stick-figure sketch of Solenn, who is sitting comfortably on a chair while enjoying her cup of coffee.
Nico said that as he saw his wife taking a sip of her drink, he thought best to “immortalize” the moment.
“This morning I felt inspired looking at my wife drinking her coffee and I thought: “Why not immortalize this moment?”, Bolzico wrote in his Instagram post.
“And Wala! All I needed was a piece of paper, a dark black charcoal pencil number 2 and my forever muse!” he added.
“We will not be inspired every day, but when we are, we should take advantage, and today I did.”
And before anybody can make an offer off of his drawing, Nico already laid down his decision that his “masterpiece” is not for sale.
“Before my DM gets flooded let me tell you that the artwork is not for sale, this is something that will stay in the family probably for generations, it is the beginning of an era, before was #Mozart and now it is #Bolzart,” Nico declared.
Unlike Nico, Solenn is known to be passionate about art, as she has been painting since the tender age of three.
In 2018, one of Solenn’s paintings was featured at the Oliver and Espig Gallery of Fine Arts in Palm Beach, California.
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