Sculptor Pays Tribute to Girl Child Network

Hardstone sculpture has been the centrepiece of Zimbabwean art since the 1950s when Frank McEwan and Pat Pierce had a group of artists taught how to carve hard stone, although they were careful not to suggest what should be carved leaving that to the artists.

The result stunned the world and has created a self-sustaining artistic tradition, as well as helping numerous craftsmen earn a living.