Admiring the flower

Jonathan Mhondorohuma

3019

Stone: Spring stone

Dimensions: 42 x 12 x 10 inches

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Every sculpture is made from natural stone and vary slightly due to nature of stone and natural grain which is part of the stone. Some stone will contain inclusions, pits or fissures as a result of its geological formation. The natural recurring iron/seaweed strata lines in the stone give the stone its character and makes it unique.

Natural lines are colorful lines formed within the stone. These are not flaws, but rather signifies the authenticity of the product. Only skilled sculptors are able to work with the stone due its hardness. The stone can withstands harsh weather conditions and can be placed in a natural environment.

NOTE: Typically your sculpture will ship within 2-3 days after you've placed your order.

JONATHAN MHONDOROHUMA

Jonathan Forisai Mhondorohuma was born in 1974 in Mvurwi. He is the youngest of four children. Jonathan is married to Faith and together they have three children, two boys, and a girl. Jonathan started sculpting with stone at the very young age of 10. He loved creating art so much that in 1989, when his friend, Square Chikwanda invited him to the Tengenenge Sculpture Village, he promptly agreed and spent the next six months at Tengenenge learning basic sculpting skills. Jonathan then moved to Harare, where he met the master first-generation sculptor, Joseph Ndandarika. The late Ndandarika was widely regarded as one of the greatest sculpting talents Zimbabwe has ever known and Jonathan considered it a privilege to be able to work with him. By 1997, Jonathan had established himself as a household name in the sculpting industry. He was invited to join the artist residence program at the prestigious Chapungu Sculpture Park. His sculptures are often inspired by his family.


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