Stone Sculptures from Zimbabwe
 
 


We have works by the pioneers of the Zimbabwe stone sculpture movement, often referred to as 'first generation artists' - see below

 

SYLVESTER MUBAYI
Queen
Springstone

ALBERT MAMVURA
Watching Spirit
Springstone
MOSES MASAYA
Watchman
Springstone

FANIZANI
AKUDA
Whistling
Head

Serpentine

LAZARUS TAKAWIRA
Proud Woman
Springstone

EDWARD CHIWAWA
Sunhead
Springstone

MOSES MASAYA
The More I Look The Less I See
Springstone

FANIZANI AKUDA
Whistling Head
Serpentine Stone

Joram Mariga is considered the father figure of the Zimbabwean sculpture movement
JORAM MARIGA
Family Foot
Springstone
 
JORAM MARIGA
Praying Mantis
Springstone
 
FANIZANI AKUDA
Hiding Lovers
White Serpentine Stone
 
FANIZANI AKUDA
Hiding Lovers
White Serpentine Stone

 

The following are samples of upcoming young sculptors, often referred to as 'second or third generation artists'

WITNESS BONJISI
My New Hairstyle
White Serpentine Stone

 

LIBERTY TSCHUMA
The Footballer
Cobalt Stone

 

BRIAN TAKAWIRA
Reconciliation
Springstone

 


WITNESS BONJISI
Proud Queen
White Serpentine Stone
O. CHEWA
Seated Man
Serpentine Stone
WALTER MARIGA
Malaika
Lepidolite Stone
HILARY MANUHWA
Jumping Fish
Springstone

 

RICHARD MUPUMHA
The Family
Springstone
PRECIOUS MASHAYA
Kneeling Torso
Springstone
WELLINGTON CHINGONDI
Shy Girl
Serpentine Stone
ENZIWELL KAGODA
Lovers
Serpentine Stone
S. MACHEKA
Bird
Fruit Serpentine and Wood

TAPIWA CHAPO
Awakening Peacock
Springstone

 


EMMANUEL CHANGUNDA

The Twisted Journey
Springstone



EMMANUEL CHANGUNDA

Water Spirit
Springstone



EMMANUEL CHANGUNDA

Hard Times
Irish Limestone
 
If you would like to make a sculpture of your own, it's easier than you think. Click on 'Workshops' to find out more.
For Background information on the Zimbabwean Sculpture movement please click Background
 
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