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encounter of people/artists of different cultures for projects like the stone diary is a very important step for better understanding and peaceful coexistence. in my opinion this is manifested very strong in the two sculptures “united power” and “secret”.
We need much more of this!
good luck for this and similar projects in future!
Thanks a lot for your comment! I’ll keep you up to date.
Not merely your idea travelling to Africa- even to work in a most dangerous country- is admirable- but theese marvelous products you4 ARTISTS have created TOGETHER is most respectable!
I hope that a lot of people will have the chance to become informed about that successful project!
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Continue the good work!
Your style is so unique in comparison to other folks I’ve read stuff from.
I appreciate you for posting when you have the opportunity, Guess I’ll just
bookmark this page.
With the rise of unemployment in Zimbabwe, it is a shame that artists will have very little local buyers. Even prospects of selling art beyond Zimbabwe’s borders is something that is becoming more difficult as regionally economies are struggling.
Hi! Would you mind if I share your blog with my facebook group?
There’s a lot of people that I think would really appreciate your content.
Please let me know. Thanks
I got what you intend, regards for putting up.
Woh I am thankful to find this website through google.
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