The exhibition was been extended two extra weeks due to popular demand! ZimSculpt closed on September 22.
ZimSculpt was a spectacular display of sculptures made by hand from stone from the Zimbabwean mountains. Over 100 large sculptures were displayed throughout the gardens along with the very popular Marketplace where hundreds of handheld pieces were available for purchase. The setting of the botanical garden amplifies both the beauty of the art as well as the gardens. Zimbabwean sculptors Brighton Layson and Passmore Mupindiko demonstrated and answered questions about the stone, technique and their inspirational stories.
Thanks to all of our visitors who came to enjoy and supported the show, many of whom purchased sculptures- both locally and internationally! You can follow their journey at www.zimsculpt.com and on their socials @zimsculpt.