Pictures: Breathtaking Artwork By Matobo Women In Matebeleland

The women of Matobo, Zimbabwe paint their dwellings with intricate designs using charcoal, ash, water and soil, going back to their roots and African way of building shelter.

Every year after harvesting, when they have more time on their hands, the women paint the exterior of their huts with intricate designs using charcoal, ash, water and soil.

They are exceptionally good at abstract patterns – zig zags and diamond shapes, scallops and stepped lines – as well as motifs taken from nature. Giant flowers, elephants and bucks parade across the walls and can be seen from miles away.

“Architectural traditions are changing in design, style and type of construction materials,” says Pathisa Nyathi, a prominent cultural historian. “Painting by brush has eroded the artistic tradition that has for centuries been executed through the use of hands.”

See below the beautiful artwork the women paint.

A hut in Matobo
Outside sofas made of clay

Nyari Mashayamombe

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