Finding Harmony
Tonderai Sowa

2016

Springstone

76cm (h)

51cm (w)

42cm (d)

56.5kg

SOLD

The two main swirls of the sculpture represent two people getting their heads together:

"They are discussing an issue and talking around the problem to find resolution. The swirling movement reflects their talking about it from all angles."

A very African approach to conflict is to talk it through with all parties, moving around an issue, trying to find common ground to agree on, to draw a consensus that pleases all involved.

This is a fantastic medium-sized sculpture, great as a centrepiece in a small garden or indoors, with interest from every angle (more photos are available on request). As with all our sculptures, this piece has been carved by hand from a single piece of raw stone.

Shona sculpture by artist Tonderai Sowa from Zimbabwe: Finding Harmony - left side Shona sculpture by artist Tonderai Sowa from Zimbabwe: Finding Harmony - right side Shona sculpture by artist Tonderai Sowa from Zimbabwe: Finding Harmony - back