African Shona Abstract Sculpture - culturesinternational - 1

Zimbabwe is said to have Africa's best stone carvers, but I believe all continents should be included in that statement. Whether the carving is inches or 10

Shona "Mermaid-Water Spirit" stone sculpture

Additional Information: A superb stone sculpture signed by C. KAJUWA, a Shona sculptor. The sculpture represents a Mermaid, the beautiful female half human half fish known as the spirit of water "Mami Wata"

This Dancing Couple Sculpture ($68) is beautifully hand-carved by Shona Artisans of Zimbabwe from one solid piece of stone.

All For Love and Love For All

Two handcrafted stone sculptures from Shona artisans from Zimbabwe. Available as Mother or Dancing Couple.

Stone Hunter $120.00. This abstract head is carved from serpentine, the most common stone used in Zimbabwean sculpture and found in many deposits throughout the country. Its colors vary from black to brown to green, orange and variegated.

The abstract head is hand-carved by the Shona tribe of Zimbabwe from the commonly used serpentine stone and available in brilliantly coloured sculptors.

Mother Bending. Also known as "Ukama" or "Loving Family", these shona stone sculptures are one of the most popular emerging African art forms. The figures show a mother and child, symbolizing the importance of the bond between the two. Much like our family pieces, the linking together of the figures as one form depicts the unity of spirit between the two. Artist: Panganai Kwinjo Made In: Zimbabwe 10" x 4" x 3" $70.00

Also known as "Ukama" or "Loving Family", Artist: Panganai Kwinjo, Zimbabwe

Shona sculptures from Zimbabwe featured at Gems of Africa Gallery in Atlanta - Gems of Africa Gallery

Shona sculpture gallery: sculptures from Zimbabwe at Gems of Africa Gallery in Atlanta

Stone bird sculpture by Tago Tazvitya, an artist from Zimbabwe's Shona art movement, from Guruve's ethical contemporary African art gallery. http://www.guruve.com/Gallery/Artists/tago-tazvitya/V146

stone bird sculpture by Tago Tazvitya, an artist from Zimbabwe's Shona art movement, from Guruve's ethical contemporary African art gallery

Nicholas Mukomberanwa (Zimbabwean, b. 1940), "The Law Givers," 1998-1999; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Gift of the Alliance of the Indianapolis Museum of Art. 2001.5

Nicholas Mukomberanwa (Zimbabwean, b. "The Law Givers," Indianapolis Museum of Art, Gift of the Alliance of the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

Shona sculptures from Zimbabwe at Gems of Africa Gallery in Atlanta - Gems of Africa Gallery

Shona sculpture gallery: sculptures from Zimbabwe at Gems of Africa Gallery in Atlanta

'The Wedding' by Henry Munyaradzi

stone sculpture by the late Henry Munyaradzi, the most famous first-generation artist of Zimbabwe's Shona art movement, from Guruve's ethical contemporary African art gallery

Today's wonderful sculpture is "Spirit Fish" by Richard Mteki, one of Zimbabwe's most famous artists. http://www.guruve.com/Gallery/Artists/richard-mteki/V130b

Guruve Gallery: stone sculpture by Shona artist Richard Mteki from Zimbabwe Africa

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