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Address: 3358 Turquoise Trl, Santa Fe, NM 87506
Phone Number: +1 505-989-4311
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A sculpture garden full of giant stone creations from Zimbabwe.

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best sculptures in the world:must see ian knifes work !!

i've been to the shona sol gallery on 16 june 2003 and was amazed by the work of these african sculptors i've seen work compareabbl or even better than piccso or henry moore i... read more

5 of 5 bubblesReviewed 20 June 2003
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 20 June 2003

i've been to the shona sol gallery on 16 june 2003 and was amazed by the work of these african sculptors i've seen work compareabbl or even better than piccso or henry moore i really loved the work of ian knife a young sculptor. his work has so much movement and he is one of the only shona sculptors who... More 

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