Marshford Kanyemba - African (Shona)

Artwork

Family of Five, 2004
Marshford Kanyemba - African (Shona)

Family of Five, 2004

Serpentine, not signed

57.50 x 22 x 22.50 in

Price on Request

Lady Creation, 2002
Marshford Kanyemba - African (Shona)

Lady Creation, 2002

Opal

16 x 7 x 6 in

$750.00

Loving Family, 2004
Marshford Kanyemba - African (Shona)

Loving Family, 2004

Serpentine, signed

59.50 x 38.50 x 18 in

Price on Request

Three Brothers
Marshford Kanyemba - African (Shona)

Three Brothers

Serpentine, not signed

39.50 x 29 x 20 in

Price on Request

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Marshford Kanyemba - African (Shona)
Marshford Kanyemba was born on February 27, 1976, grew up and still lives in Chitungwiza, a large town near the capital city of Harare.. He did his primary education at Faria School in Chitungwiza and went on to finish his secondary education at Seke 5 High School in Chitungwiza. Marshford Kanyemba started sculpting during his early days of secondary education. It was his uncle Chituwa Jemali and his two elder brothers Denny and Shaibu Kanyemba that inspired his interest in carving. Marshford displays a professional yet friendly nature and his art represents many aspects of daily life, mixing tragedies with triumphs. He prefers mainly to carve in Springstone. Marshford had work selected in display during Zimbabwe's Annual Heritage in 1990. A lot of his sculptures can be found in major countries abroad such as Holland, Belgium, Britain, the US and Germany. Chitungwiza is well known for hosting a large artist community and Marshford, along with his brother Denny, have an open gallery where they sell their work from.
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