Orang Asli artist Leny pencils a beautiful world of portraits inspired by her Temuan roots

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  • Sunday, 27 Sep 2020

Shy and conscious that her English is not perfect, the young indigenous lady spends time crafting her answers carefully before she offers them during this interview.

Jumeleny Maknoh, or Leny for short, is a hyperreal pencil artist who does stunning portraits with graphite and colour pencils.

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