April 24, 2018
African Masters of Stone are suppliers of the finest contemporary Shona Sculpture from Zimbabwe. We are passionate about what we do and how we do it. We are committed to providing the platform from which these Artists can present their work. It is extremely important to us that the Artists are not exploited but receive a fair financial value for their work. This allows them to continue a sustainable living and receive the credit they deserve. African Masters of Stone are also committed to donating 10% of our profits to charities fighting against poverty Zimbabwe.
Gareth Mutema (Director of African Masters of Stone) was born in Zimbabwe and spent 16 years among the artists and sculptors. It was during this time that he developed his passion for the Shona Sculpture movement. His experience and local knowledge of the culture ensures that African Masters of Stone acquire only the finest quality sculptures. His experience of seeing close family members grow to become sculptors themselves and artisans in their own right provides African Masters of Stone with an authentic understanding and appreciation of Shona Sculpture.
Mark Whitfield (Director of African Masters of Stone) was born in the United Kingdom and has spend most of his life as a entrepreneur. He partnered up with Gareth to form African Masters of Stone. His knowledge and experience has been vital in the shona sculpture movement.
African Masters of Stone have developed personal and working relationships with our artists. When you purchase a sculpture from our site you are helping towards providing a stable and sustainable income for our artists. Although we work closely with many well known artists, it is our aim to provide a platform on which upcoming talent can be displayed. African Masters of Stone are committed to donating 10% of our profits back to charities working in Africa.
April 24, 2018
African Masters of Stone will be exhibiting at the Malvern Autumn Show 2018
Malvern Autumn Show returns for a weekend of home-grown family fun on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 September 2018. You can browse top exhibits in the RHS Flower Show including our hand carved Scuptures from Zimbabwe.
February 27, 2018
African Masters of Stone are committed to giving back 10% of our profits to charities dealing with HIV, Malaria and the eradication of poverty in Zimbabwe.
Our chosen charity this year is Creating Better Futures
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