A stone sculpture from Zimbabwe is often called Shona sculpture, named after the largest tribe engaged in this indigenous art movement. Zimbabwe, morphed from the Shona word dzimbadzamabwe which means “house of stone,” is the only country on the African continent that has large deposits of stone suitable for sculpting. Zimbabwean sculptors, who carve entirely by hand, work outdoors - creating and frequently displaying their work in open air-studios. ZimArt brings this concept to Canada!
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