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 third generation artist from Zimbabwe, has worked exclusively with stone since childhood and is now introducing his work in limited edition bronzes. Monuments_BoxStudio_front

Tafura has been an artist in residence exhibiting with Chapungu garden exhibits throughout the world and is the son of renowned sculptress, Agnes Nyanhongo. Tafura has been recognized as one of the most promising sculptors of his generation.

Tafura has won international recognition from one of the best fine art foundries in the world. TMC Foundry in Thailand has published artists from every continent, including Kevin Box and J. Seward Johnson Jr. from the U.S., David Meredith from the U.K., and now Stalin Tafura from Zimbabwe.

InART 2This has resulted in Tafura’s stone originals increasing in price as he joins the ranks of historical sculptors like Henry Moore, Miro and Picasso, who cast their traditional stone and wood originals in bronze. See this new generation of bronze pieces at InART Gallery in Santa Fe and at Sculpture in the Park in Loveland, Colorado on August 8-10, 2014.

Tafura will be teaching a stone carving workshop, August 18-23, 2014 at Chapungu Sculpture Park in Loveland, Colorado. Due to high demand, the workshop is filled beyond capacity.

Please join us in celebrating this achievement with Tafura as he and his family of works take on new heights.

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