We’re so excited to announce ANOTHER ZimSculpt exhibition at Toledo Botanical Garden in Toledo, Ohio in 2017.
Please join us from September 1 through to October 30 – mark the date, tell all your friends and family in the area and visit our award-winning exhibition.
We will have approximately 100 sculptures on display ‘for sale’ throughout the stunning gardens and over 300 small pieces available in the Marketplace.
Two sponsored sculptors from Zimbabwe will be present, demonstrating daily, showing you their unprecedented skills passed down from generation to generation.
Come to support this unique art movement from Zimbababwe, Africa and bring your friends.
We are pleased to announce our 2017 show will be at Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.
The exhibition runs from April 15 through to July 30.
If you would like an invitation to the launch and preview, please contact us and we will happily send you an invite.
We are very excited to be going to Dallas, our premier launch in Texas. We’re looking forward to meet you all, making news friends and meeting old ones.
We’ve been lucky to have exclusive rights to sell a renowned collection of First Generation artists works that are being sold from a private family estate in South Africa. The family member traveled greatly in Zimbabwe collecting these works from as long ago as the early 1950’s and has since passed away. His family have to down-size and have reluctantly suggested selling these important works, we feel honored they have contacted ZimSculpt and we have listed them below.
Please follow the links on the names below for further information or CONTACT US to discuss further.
We’ve started rolling out sculpture courses for adults AND children here in Harare.
Did you know that Zimbabwe means ‘Great Stone House’?
Zimbabwe is the most renowned country in Africa for it’s stone sculpture.
Why not come and try your hand at stone sculpting for a morning or afternoon any day of the week? A lovely experience to share with visiting friends or family too! We also organise birthday parties for your creative children.
A minimum of 5 people is required or book yourself in to our next available group. Children must be aged 5 years and up.
The course is run from our private residence in Greendale, Harare.
Starting from 9-12 or 2-5, costs include stone, tuition, tool usage and delicious snacks.
We can talk to you about the history of stone sculpture in Zimbabwe and about some of the top Zimbabwe sculptors currently touring the world with their skills. Apprenticeships can also be discussed.
Contact us for more information.
Watch our CBC interview at the Muttart Conservatory in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada – CLICK HERE.
We have ‘grown’ together internationally in the last 15 years & it’s an honor to work him & all those at his Studio. Well done Dominic. Happy to see I’m in there briefly, with your beautiful Lioness… Now in Vancouver’s Ukama Gallery! Much respect my friend.
Come and join us for our last week at The Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, probably our last visit to this venue. Our last day is Sunday July 19. We have had a wonderful time and met great people here in North Carolina, we will be sad to leave.
Two of our sculptures will be left on permanent display – loaned for 10 years by Bill Williamson ‘Mother & Son’ by Joe Mutasa in Springstone. The other generously donated by Laura Moore ‘Development’ by Washington Matafi in Opal Stone (pictured here) with Kara Newport, Executive Director of Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden (left) and Laura Moore. We are very thankful and extremely proud they will remain in the gardens – a great legacy for thousands of visitors to admire every year.
We would like to also thank our sponsors Bissell, Pride Magazine, Blue Max Materials, Wells Fargo, McLean and Visit Gaston Country.
Thank you to EVERYONE on behalf of all the artists for supporting us, we look forward to meeting you again in another venue around the globe…