Hilary Manuhwa’s work has benefited from his familiarity, through his father with the more traditional way of sculpting expressing cultural and spiritual beliefs. Since working with the younger artist, he has been able to enhance his practice by incorporating themes of everyday life, or by producing work that comments on aspects of life in the 21st century. His sculpture, Road to Freedom, for example, was recently on view at World Museum Liverpool. It is a piece depicting refugees experiences, problems and aspirations.
Sculpture: 'Baby Elephant (Carved Opal stone Head sculpture)' by Hilary Manuhwa
Baby Elephant Carved Opal stone unique Calf sculpture/statue/carving for sale by the accomplished Zimbabwean sculptor Hilary Manuhwa who writes... "Elephants are meant to be kept in spacial places.Trying to protect them from wildlife killers."
40 x 47 x 25 cm (height x width x depth)
approx: 1 ft 3 3/4 in x 1 ft 6 1/2 in x 9 5/6 in It is a 0.8 times lifesize sculpture
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Arrived safe and sound, everything perfect Cheetah, packaging, now to decide pride of place. Thank you both for prompt efficient service. I hope all is well and Camilla (Camilla Le May, the artist) returns to good health very soon. My sincere thanks to you both.
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