Resting after a meal (Shona sculpture by Sampson Kuvenguhwa)

Sampson Kuvenguhwa, known for his unique Mapiti style, has created another beautiful Shona stone carving depicting a person taking a break after a meal. This sculpture is a testament to Sampson's talent and dedication to his craft.

As with many of his other Shona sculptures, Sam Kuve has captured the essence of everyday life in Zimbabwe. Meal times are an important aspect of the culture, and taking a rest after a meal is a common practice. This sculpture reminds us to slow down and enjoy the simple things in life.

If you appreciate the beauty of Shona stone carvings, then you'll love Sam's work. His sculptures capture the spirit of Zimbabwean culture in a way that is both authentic and artistic. Whether you're a collector or simply a lover of art, a Kuvenguhwa Shona sculpture is a must-have.

So why not add a unique piece of African art to your collection? Invest in a Sampson Kuvenguhwa Shona sculpture today and experience the beauty and culture of Zimbabwe in your own ""Home"".

Resting after a meal

Sam produced this in the mid 90's.   Stands about 45cm high.

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The importance of food and meal times