Local ceramicist Eugene Lewis, working under the mentor-ship of well-known sculptor and artist Suzanne du Toit, created a show-stopping 2.2m sculpture of a Rastafarian priest at the iconic Judah Square in Concordia, home to South Africa’s biggest Rastafarian community.
Eugene´s sculpture of Haile Selassie looks over the community, established in 1993, Judah Square is the largest Rastafarian community in South Africa. A popular culture tour in Knysna, visitors are welcome to experience the unique culture with stops at the Museum and restaurants. Several murals depicting various Rastafarian icons can be seen throughout the area.
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