Art From Zimbabwe
Art from Zimbabwe dates back thousands of years to the San
people who used the rock faces and caves across the country as a canvas for
their unique and extraordinary art known as Bushmen paintings.
Today this small nation has produced so
many outstanding world renowned artists, it would be impossible to list them
all. But they include stone sculptures, wood carvers, landscape and wildlife
painters, photographers, singers and dancers.
We are excited to start showcasing as
much of this Zimbabwe art as we possibly can, not only so that the artists
can benefit but so the rest of the world can see some of this remarkable
Larry Norton is an internationally
recognised African Wildlife Artist. Born in Zimbabwe in 1963 he has had
successful exhibitions around the world. Larry lives in Victoria Falls
and has a Gallery at the Victoria Falls Hotel.
Shona stone sculpture is now widely recognized as one of the most significant art movements to have evolved in recent times.
Zimbabweans carve some of the the finest
Wooden carvings you
will find anywhere in Africa. They are extraordinarily talented.
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