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Dimensions: L:70.1in W:22.8in D:23.6in
Artists who work with stainless steel often create large-scale sculptures that can be displayed both indoors and outdoors due to the material's resistance to corrosion. The use of stainless steel allows for intricate detailing, while also providing a polished and reflective surface that enhances the visual impact of the artwork. These sculptures have gained popularity in recent years and offer a unique and striking interpretation of African art.
About the Tribe
The Shona ethnic group is indigenous to Southern Africa, primarily Zimbabwe, but there are significant Shona populations in South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, and Mozambique. In Zimbabwe, the Shona people make up most of the population. Stone sculpture and mbira music have made them famous around the world (mbira: an instrument made of a hollow gourd with metal reeds that the player plucks). This tribe is believed to be responsible for the construction of several ancient stone wall sites in Zimbabwe. Great Zimbabwe, an 800-hectare city that flourished between the 11th and 15th centuries AD, was built on the physical foundation of these walls. Great Zimbabwe, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site was a center for trade, and archaeologists have discovered artifacts on site from as far away as China.
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