HEART OF AFRICA CURIOS

Welcome to Heart of Africa Curios.

August 14, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Welcome to Heart of Africa Curios. A Premium artwork store making a difference. All of our artwork is handmade by local artists.

Meet our First Artist

Meet Mike, a 29 year old who grew up in Zimbabwe. He has been creating artworks for over 12 years and they are the sole source of income which he uses to support his wife and child. Mike studied fine art at school and moved to South Africa to improve his economic circumstances. His dream is to own his own house one day. He is excited to partner with Heart of Africa as it is an opportunity for him to increase his sales and better provide for his family.

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All of our artwork is handmade by local artists. Each artwork is supplied in premium packaging, along with a booklet containing the personal story of the creator of your specific artwork. When you buy from Heart of Africa, you are not only receiving beautiful, authentic African artworks, you are also making the world of difference in the lives of young artists who are trying to achieve their dreams of owning a house or buying a car while supporting their families.

We decided to create Heart of Africa in order to help local artists expand the market for their unique, handmade artworks. It was incredibly important to us that our business empowered the local artists to expand their own businesses, so instead of employing these talented individuals, we have partnered with them.

This model allows us to expand their target market while retaining full control of their own business. In this way, we can play a positive role in our society by encouraging, empowering, and supporting these incredibly talented and hardworking artists.

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Website: https://heartofafricacurios.co.za

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