Arts and crafts in Mozambique (via Notes from Africa)

Arts and crafts in Mozambique This post is part of the Mozambique 2011 series. The previous post in this series is Daily life in Mozambique – hardship and happiness. As I mentioned in my previous post in this series, the local Mozambicans are artistically talented people. Their art takes many forms including wood carvings, pottery, paintings, locally made and dyed fabrics, as well as bead and shell jewelery. [caption id=”” align=”aligncenter” width=”600″ caption=”Fish carvingRead More

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One Response to “Arts and crafts in Mozambique (via Notes from Africa)”

  1. what is you favorite subject? Do you only paint abstract?

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