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A trainee Sangoma wears the traditional white beaded headpiece and beads around her neck to represent the devotion, spiritual growth and compassion required from her role in the community as well as the assistance of the ancestors in her healing practices. She holds a Nhunguvani or Calabash with honey and muti to assist her. Sculptor Thomas Kubayi captures the cultural context of this powerful woman carved in White Terminalia.
70mm x 60mm x 325mm