New 2023 Shona Sculpture collection now live!

31st March 2023

Guruve’s new collection of sculptures for 2023 is now live on the website!

We’ve just added over 100 new original one-off sculptures to the web gallery.

Click CURRENT COLLECTION ONLY to see just the new artworks.

Remember to click on the heart button to save your favourites as you browse.

If you see something you like, please email us or call us on 07956 897978 or 01920 872949 to purchase or reserve pieces for viewing.

montage of garden sculptures from 2023 collection

Some of the fabulous new garden sculptures

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

montage of smaller Nesbert sculptures from 2023 collection

Selection of new smaller sculptures from top artist Nesbert Mukomberanwa

We also have some stunning representationalsculptures, including incredibly striking and elegant ladies from

montage of Tutani sculptures from 2023 collection

Selection of new works from top figurative artist Tutani Mgabazi

We’ve also added some outstanding artworks by some of the most significant names in the Shona Sculpture movement, including

All are decades old and authentic, and it’s very exciting to have them on the web gallery!

montage of Ephraim sculptures from 2023 collection

And some charming quirky pieces by one of Zimbabwe’s oldest living sculptors, Ephraim Chaurika

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

Purchases and reservations

We can reserve sculpture(s) for you while we get shipping quotes or until you come for a viewing.

We operate a first come, first served system for reservations – so if you are interested in a sculpture, ask us to reserve it for you. If you like a piece that is already reserved, you should still contact us because it may become available again.

We’ll be unpacking from next week onwards, and we will prioritise unpacking sold and reserved sculptures.

Water Molecule by Agnes Mupariwa
Female sculptor Agnes Mupariwa from Zimbabwe with one of her sculptures

Agnes Mupariwa


Agnes Mupariwa was born in Zimbabwe in 1968. In the late 1990s, she started coming to the Chitungwiza Arts Centre, helping out the sculptors by sanding their sculptures (this is tedious and laborious work that sculptors are quick to give to someone else!). “In 2000, the hard physical work ignited my passion for stone and […]

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