Shona Woman (Shona sculpture by Sampson Kuvenguhwa)

Sampson Kuvenguhwa, a renowned Shona sculptor known for his Mapiti style, has created a stunning Shona sculpture depicting a woman in a restful pose. The sculpture, made from serpentine stone, is a testament to Kuvenguhwa's skill and artistry.

Shona woman cut

As with many of his other Shona sculptures, Kuvenguhwa's attention to detail is on full display in this piece. The lines and curves of the stone are expertly crafted, creating a sense of movement and fluidity that is both captivating and beautiful.

The woman in the sculpture is depicted in a restful pose, as if she has just finished a long day's work and is now taking a moment to catch her breath. The natural beauty of the serpentine stone adds depth and texture to the sculpture, highlighting Kuvenguhwa's ability to work with a variety of materials.

If you appreciate the beauty and significance of Shona sculptures, then you'll love Kuvenguhwa's work. His pieces are truly works of art, capturing the spirit and culture of Zimbabwe in a way that is both authentic and inspiring.

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"".

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