Uncertain Times

  I’ve been pretty silent on social media over the last year, and I know many of you ...

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What’s in a name?… Tradition from Zimbabwe

The naming of a child holds importance in Shona culture. A child’s name might indicate what was happening ...

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From the (snow) covered studio… Uncovering warmth & life in the stone

The winter is a challenging time for someone who typically enjoyed 80 degree days growing up in Zimbabwe. ...

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My Latest Collaborator

My 2 year old son, Kwayedza, seems to talk nonstop these days. One of his favorite things to ...

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More than Ivory: Standing with the Elephant

For years, many people have asked me about the sculpture, titled “Elephant Shadow,” that reserves a special space ...

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Broken stone: Finding answers where you least expect

When visiting a collector’s home recently, we were discussing the artistic process of sculpting a piece from its ...

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Sharing Memories of Christmas in Zimbabwe

Although Christmas is not part of our indigenous culture or religion in Zimbabwe, and our holiday is very ...

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Creative Process: From the Quarry to the Gallery

As a boy, I traveled to the stone quarries with my uncles, sometimes in search of stones with ...

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Stalin Tafura Makes His Mark Through Traditional Stone and Traditional Bronze Sculpture

We are very excited to announce a major development in the career of artist Stalin Tafura. Tafura, a ...

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Inspirations from Home

Each time I count down to my departure for Zimbabwe, I find myself revisiting the same thoughts. Time ...

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