Moyo Collection is a United States-based gallery encompassing stone and wooden sculptures. The art is predominantly Shona sculpture from Zimbabwe, where our artists work hands-on in the field. We are committed to first-class customer service and care.
We have grown rapidly from inception, playing a vital role in the resurgence of the Zimbabwean sculpture community. It is an outlet for the immense talent of traditional and modern sculptors in Zimbabwe who have limited opportunities to access international markets and sell their sculpture. Moyo Collection is built on the basic principle that every person should have the opportunity to earn a living and support their family and has chosen to encourage artists to develop their talent while paying more than market value for their sculpture. We also provide stone, tools, and other materials for the artists.
In Zimbabwe, we are recognized as a company with integrity. We are committed to helping artists and their families find medical care and community support.
I am a born and bred second-generation Zimbabwean,vand have a fluent command of English and the Zimbabwean Shona and Zezuro languages.
My knowledge of the local culture and customs is a huge benefit in communicating and dealing with the rural communities where all the stone is sourced.
My knowledge of the sourcing market and excellent reputation in the region give Moyo Collection the distinguished difference in a sea of other galleries worldwide. I work in the local artist community cooperatives and I feel that we represent our local artist with the best advantages. We work closely with our artists and their families to help them get their art to the world..
I can most often be found at home, under a campfire in the African Savannah where I feel one with my environment.Contact Me
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How Artistic Africa Is Supporting Zimbabwe Artist Community Suffering During COVID
Artistic Africa, together with help from collectors Robert and Amanda Brock of the United States, have provided significant help to the artist community in Zimbabwe during this time of crises.
Since May 2020, and during lock down, Artistic Africa and the Brock family have been contributing cash each month directly to the artists.