Reflection Of Form


Springstone (Serpentine)

  • 23cm (h)
  • 25cm (w)
  • 25cm (d)


Nesbert gave this striking sculpture its title based on the symmetry of the piece, reflecting on both sides.

Nesbert’s art has developed in a very interesting direction and his abstract pieces, with their utter simplicity and clean lines, are really lovely. In fact, he’s one of the most exciting sculptors working in Zimbabwe today, and one of Guruve’s most popular artists.

Nesbert’s uncle Nicholas Mukomberanwa was one of the most famous names in Zimbabwe’s Shona sculpture movement. As this piece (and many others) shows, Nesbert is a worthy successor. He follows in his uncle’s footsteps, continuing to experiment, pushing the boundaries of what is possible in abstract stone sculpture.

Nesbert’s smaller pieces represent a super opportunity to own an original and unique work of art at a very affordable price. It would also make a stunning gift.