Thinking of her Future (Shona sculpture by Sampson Kuvenguhwa)

In Sampson Kuvenguhwa's Mapiti style, he captures the essence of a woman lost in thought, contemplating her future in a way that transcends cultural boundaries. This beautiful Shona stone sculpture portrays the lady with great sensitivity, as she contemplates what lies ahead.

Sam Kuve's attention to detail is evident in the intricate lines and curves of the woman's form, as well as in the expression on her face, which conveys a sense of hope and uncertainty. This Shona sculpture is a testament to Sampson Kuvenguhwa's ability to create works of art that speak to the human experience in a universal way.

No matter where you come from, this sculpture is a powerful reminder of the universal emotions and struggles that we all face. As with all of Sam's work, it is a masterful example of the beauty and significance of Shona sculpture, and a testament to the enduring power of art to move and inspire us.




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Sculpted by Sampson Kuvenguhwa - Sam Kuve. Stands about 50cm high.