The Bride

1998

Pink Granite

  • 2.04m (h)
  • 33cm (w)
  • 27cm (d)

500kg

Joe Mutasa portrait photo

Joe Mutasa

Sculptor

The bride signifies a young woman at the height of her beauty, and looking her best as she is dressed up for the big day.

Granite is an incredibly hard crystalline stone and is very difficult to work. Joe made this amazing sculpture at a granite-sculpting workshop held at the Chapungu Sculpture Park in Harare in 1998. Two guest artists from Japan lead the workshop and taught the participating artists various techniques for working with this challenging material.

The resulting artwork is one of the most significant statement pieces Joe Mutasa has ever created.

Clearly, it is suitable for outdoor display in all climates.

Please note the weight is an estimate. This sculpture is in Zimbabwe and will be shipped from there; P&P at ¬†buyer’s expense. Please contact us for a shipping quote giving your nearest airport and sea port if you are tempted.