The captured warm glow from the sun and the depth of contrasts adds to the beauty of the Falls. Lovely picture to paint!
A Real Hands On Activity To Get Your Africa Trip On Paper A highly reccommended Art Tour Activity. Using your brush and canvas as a visual diary, contact Art of Africa to take home your own piece of Africa, in your own shade of expression.Art of Africa creates and provides creative workshops which make art Continue Reading
Stone Head Sculpture – Art Roundup Souvenirs from Victoria Falls… will you return home with one? This feature is on stone head sculptures done by artists – matching sets of an African Chief and his Wife. If you like learning about culture and people then you will enjoy this read. Learn about an the Village Continue Reading
An Artist Feature If You are visiting Victoria Falls, be sure to visit an artist. They have got such talent and Lookmore’s work is a delight. Today we have a new artist to feature here at Art @ Vic Falls – Lookmore Mawire (or the Elephant Man). An interesting read and lovely unique art – Continue Reading
Stone Sculpturing Story An Artist Feature today shining the spotlight on Michael and his passion for stone. A Contribution from Michael Nyakusvora Stone Sculpture Artist Hi, I am Michael and was born in Rusape, a little village in the heart of Zimbabwe. Let me tell you how I got started with my art. Stone Sculpturing Continue Reading
This is an Artist Feature Here we shine the spotlight on a particular Artist at Victoria Falls, in this case, Lemington Muzhingi. Enjoy the read! A Contribution From Lemington Muzhingi The Beginnings and Now Born on September 27th, 1972 Name – Lemington Muzhingi Shona Name – Munyaradzi Art Signature – Munyart (combination of Munya + Continue Reading
Lynne Arnold – About the Artist…and stuff A Contribution from Lynne Arnold Visual Artist and Fine Art Photographer born in Zimbabwe. Bit Of Background I have had a fascination with art and trying to capture what I see for as long as I can remember. Extrinsic to this is a love of “all things Africa”. Continue Reading