Quebeka Studio

From Timbuktu Chronicles Fri Feb 1 2013, 06:00:00

An Aratuntun profile:

Qubeka is a fine African art beading studio run by four dynamic artists and business women. What started as simple idea - to collaborate and interpret the work of some of South Africa's finest artists in beaded panels, has grown to become an inspiring, unique art expression. Today, Qubeka Bead Studio collaborates with some of our country's leading artists to translate their works into beautiful beaded creations.

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