And Still, Hope Remains Wooden Sculpture

by Artisan Collective


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As a collective of human spirits, we now face a global collision of competing ideas, interests, and philosophies. Together, we will change the world as we work to improve issues like racial and cultural equity, climate change, global poverty, and hunger. If there is one simple, complicated truth shared by all people, it is that we may never know all the answers, but where there is hope for a better tomorrow, there will always be life. Sculpted by seasoned woodworers, twin brothers Kehinde and Taiwo, our exclusive ebony wood “And Still, Hope Remains” sculpture reflects this pivotal moment in history. A globe sits atop a carved wooden face, a sword piercing its mouth. Perhaps it is a statement on the sometimes difficult, but necessary need to be outspoken about issues that matter.

This unique tribal art piece measures about 18 to 20 inches tall by 4 inches wide.