Top of the painted table is made up of two equal pieces that have been joined.
Weya is the name of a small
communal area in Zimbabwe.
The art of the Weya women is
a delightful collaboration of rural
African women and a European
artist, Ilse Noy. She began
teaching rural Zimbabwean
women sewing and painting
skills to help them supplement
their earnings from subsistence
farming. In their artwork, women
reveal aspects of their lives and
traditions. This project has
helped many women become
more self-fulfilled and more
self-sufficient as individuals. The
art of the Weya women is a
glimpse into their lives.
Height: 22 1/4" x Diameter: 20"