New 2020 Shona Sculpture collection now online!

9th April 2020

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New works by Nesbert Mukomberanwa
‘Singing To My Child’ by Peter Gwisa

The new sculpture collection includes some fabulous abstract works from our top artists including:

Nesbert Mukomberanwa (above)
Peter Gwisa (right)
Willard Bopoto (below left) and
Tonderai Sowa (below right)

plus recent addition Remembrance Chikuruwo
and welcome back to Washington Matafi

Of course, we also have some lovely representational sculptures too…

‘Discreet Lover’ by Tago Tazvitya

Rufaro Murenza NAMA finalist in 2020 for the fifth time! (below)
Tutani Mgabazi (below left) and
Jonathan Mhondorohuma (below middle)
and of course birds from
Peter Chidzonga (below right), Royal Katiyo and delighted to say Tago Tazvitya (left) makes a welcome return.

Elegant Lady by Rufaro Murenza
‘Elegant Lady’ by Rufaro Murenza
‘Bold and Beautiful’ by Tutani Mgabazi (LHS), ‘Conversation’ by Jonathan Mhondorohuma (middle) and ‘Preening My Love’ by Peter Chidzonga (RHS)

If you see something you like, please call us on
07956 897978 or 01920 872949
or email us asap!

Enjoy our wonderful collection of original Shona sculptures – unique works of art by the best artists from Zimbabwe’s sculpture movement – from Guruve, the world experts.

How COVID-19 affects us…

Like much of the world, the UK is currently under government lockdown restrictions. This means that, for now, we are not able to offer viewings.
However, domestic and international delivery companies are still operating.

So please do go ahead and be tempted, and we will be able to ship your sculpture to you.

We can reserve sculpture(s) for you while we get shipping quotes.

We’ll be unpacking pieces from next week onwards, and we will prioritise unpacking pieces that have been reserved.

Overseas customers – do note that sterling has had a dramatic fall since the COVID-19 outbreak began, so our prices (denominated in pounds) have become even cheaper recently!

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Tim and Emma

Shona stone sculpture by Zimbabwean artist Arthur Fata 'Portrait Of Tendai' in pink marble
portrait photo of Arthur Fata

Arthur Fata


Arthur is a well-known ‘second-generation’ artist with a long association with Harare’s Chapungu Gallery. He is best known for imaginative mixed media works.

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