ARTIST: ROBERT MURENGWA
This lovely little sculpture is hand-carved from a single piece of BROWN SERPENTINE by 3rd Generation SHONA artist, ROBERT MURENGWA.
Robert was born 25th December 1973 near Guruve. His totem is the Tembo Mazvimbakupa and he belongs to the Korekore Tribe. Having spent some of his time in Harare, he eventually moved back home and in 2000, he moved to the Tenenenge Art Community to work as an assistant to Bernard Matemera.
His first sculpture was of a Baboon, which he saw whilst out hunting one day as a child. Later, he started to sculpt human figures and went on to carve elephants, monkeys, goats and the female form.
He has exhibited at the Ramambo Art Gallery and the National Art Gallery in Harare. Since 2011, he has worked a s part of the management team at Tenenege, having worked his way through the ranks of security guard and salesman there.
Robert is married and has one daughter.
Beautifully detailed and lovely colour throughout.
Would look fabulous in any home or garden setting.
Dimensions: H19 x W30 x D12cms.
SCULPTURE REFERENCE: FI45/22
EACH SCUPTURE IS INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED IN BUBBLE WRAP, THEN PACKED OUT WITH FOAM NUGGETS AND HELD IN PLACE WITHIN A TRIPLE WALLED CARDBOARD BOX WITH EXPANDING FOAM. THIS ENSURES THAT THE ITEM DOES NOT MOVE AROUND, WITHIN IT'S CONFINES, WHILST IN TRANSIT.IT IS OF GREAT IMPORTANCE THAT YOUR SCULPTURE SHOULD REACH YOU IN THE SAME CONDITION IT LEFT US.
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RETURNS MUST BE MADE WITHIN A 14 DAY PERIOD USING ALL ORIGINAL PACKAGING.