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The Doon Estate is delightful. From women entrepreneurs manning everything from recycled art store, to finally a one stop place where a tourist can get postcards. To the WOVEN showroom, of African basketry, which is really high quality work. Moving to Chapungu, within the same...More
Visited this place with minimal expectations. Some excellent traditional and contemporary sculptures in parklands and a building that is being regenerated by owner Roy Guthrie. A great opportunity to watch and talk with the sculptors while they're working. Seems to be a reemerging calling. Nicely...More
Chapungu Sculpture Park was closed because it has been vandalized and is getting renovated. Instead, go a short ways down the street to Doon Estate, where there is an extensive outdoor sculpture gallery with carvers working. Also an indoor gallery where you can purchase sculptures,...More
A must see artsitic attraction, the Chapungu Sculpture Park is in Msasa town a 20 minute drive from the city centre. It displays the work of Zimbabwean stone sculptors. It was founded in 1970 by Roy Guthrie, who was instrumental in promoting the work of...More
We were so lucky to meet Roy Guthrie during our visit to the Park and to learn about the artists and his work to help the artists and the Art. The Park is quite extensive with a variety of work and great for presents, some...More
At Chapungu there is a variety of gifts one can choose from and buy for your respected friends and guests. The place is well known for supplying well polished artefacts in Zimbabwe and abroad. The prices range from $5.00 to around $2 000.00 depending on...More
The sculptures are mainly abstract, and although well carved it does not cater for all tastes. We eventually had to take our U K visitors over to the Enterprise Road by Newlands to find the carvings that they wanted to take back home.