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Artistic Africa is a United States based Gallery encompassing stone and wooden sculptures. The art is predominantly Shona sculpture from Zimbabwe, Africa.
The Artist shows the reunion of mother and daughter after an extended period of separation.
This piece was inspired by how the modern African women have embraced their natural looks and have redefined beauty to their own standards
The Sculpture is inspired by the sad revelation of a patriarchal society where women are treated as second class citizens.
Artistic Africa is actively engaged in assisting women and disabled artists.
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Farai grew up surrounded by art and says carving is in his blood and it’s his sixth sense.Farai enjoys working on hard stones and specializes mainly in fine art and abstract creations.
Godfrey did not allow physical impermanent to derail and rob him of his dream or limit him in any way. Unable to speak and almost completely deaf, he started sculpting at the age of 21.
At the tender age of 14 Bonjisi's Brother enlisted him as apprentice. This is where he received the experience required and mastered all the secrets of the art.
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