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Rickosn and Lisborn are coming back in summer 2015..
After the success of their stone-sculpting workshops in the past, Rickson and Lisborn to come back in 2015 to carry on this artistic, creative and, at the same time, very human adventure.
The workshops are meant for people of all ages, beginners as well as confirmed artists. The participants will work on a piece of Zimbabwean stone, serpentine or opal-stone, and will, at the same time, enjoy discovering this country's art in the presence of these two fine sculptors.
miss your chance
to meet Rickson and Lisborn and to experience with them the pleasure
working on the ancient and very noble medium of metamorphic
2009 to 2012 Alexander Chitungo is an respected and confirmed
Alexander’s work has
been exhibited around the world, from the
His work, both abstract
and figurative, is often characterised by its beautiful feminine curves
poignant and aesthetic strength. As one of his many admirer’s
said : “He seems
to twist the stone…it’s
Lisborn Mashaya was born in
From a young age Lisborn has been familiar with ways of sculpting.
school holidays he could sculpt on the soft rocks. After finishing
was only one path he wanted to follow. He began to sculpt.
Rickson Zavare Murehwahttps://www.facebook.com/rickson.zavare
CHITUNGWIZA ARTS CENTRE, P.O. Box 162 Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe; Tel: +263-733-256172; email@example.com
Was born on the 27th of August in 1977 in the rural area in Murehwa, the place that gave birth to his trade name (Murehwa) in the world of Art. He grew up in Murehwa, did his primary and secondary education at Nyamutumbu School. Obtained six Ordinary levels, did his Advanced Education at Seke One High School in Chitungwiza.
He is married with two little girls. Developed a passion for art at primary level as practical subject. He speaks shona, English and little of Deustch and Ndebele.
His passion for art was ignited by Tago Tazvitya his Brother-in-law in 1996 as he was Tago’s assistant. The spirit of working on stone started germinating and grew up noticeable. He could not eat while enjoying the stones and its shapes. The environment played a strong part before he was practically bonded with life in sculptures.
His objectives are:
- Confirm exact dates.
Minimum workshop length recommended :