Lots of movement in this sculpture of a dancer – the bottom part is the legs, above is the body twisting with the music, and the head at the top bowed down, absorbed in the dance.
Springstone is the local Zimbabwean name for a very hard variety of serpentine stone. It is a particularly good sculpture medium, as it has a very even internal structure of small grains of rock; it is dense and has very few flaws. The green lines are veins in the stone.
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