Moshe Sello

Moshe learned fast from his Sotho mentors, Thabo Mbele and Bennet, and his talent shone through.

In 2014, at the ‘Great Herds of Africa’ exhibition at Patrick Mavros in London, his Springbok candlesticks were bought by the famous opera singer, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa.

Today, Moshe has placed himself as one of Ardmore’s best artists. Moshe says: “Earning good money at Ardmore has changed my life.”

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Moshe's Story


Moshe Sello, whose uncle is Bennet Zondo (one of Ardmore’s leading sculptors) was born in 1986 in Thabatseke in Lesotho. He attended Peka High School and completed Grade 12.

Moshe came to South Africa from Lesotho in search of employment.

He had been performing odd jobs as a cement mixer on building sites; but he wanted a job where he could grow and earn more. Bennet advised him to try his hand in the clay studio at Ardmore, which he did in 2012.

Moshe learned fast from his Sotho mentors, Thabo Mbele and Bennet, and his talent shone through.

In 2014, at the ‘Great Herds of Africa’ exhibition at Patrick Mavros in London, his Springbok candlesticks were bought by the famous opera singer, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa.

Today, Moshe has placed himself as one of Ardmore’s best artists. Moshe says: “Earning good money at Ardmore has changed my life.”

He dreams of one day being married and of owning his own home.