The Musician

The Musician

Peter Rujuwa

Hand-carved serpentine stone in the Shona tradition.

23 x 10.5 in. (58.5 x 26.7 cm)

$750

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About Peter Rujuwa

Stone sculpture has been Peter’s passion since the age of six when he and his friends created toys from the soapstone that was abundant in mountains surrounding his village in Zimbabwe, Africa. His improvised chisels were dry sticks split in half and his files were rough stones. Named after Peter’s tribe, “Shona” of Zimbabwe, his hand-carved Shona stone sculptures affirm the co-existence between humans and nature. Inspiration comes from the alchemy of what Peter desires to sculpt and the hidden visual image in the row stone. The Atlanta Airport set up a breathtaking Shona sculpture display on one of their concourses. The display enriches society with exposure to Shona stone sculptures. With the same mindset to expose Shona art to […]

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