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  • Agnes Nyanhongo- BORN 1960   PLACE OF BIRTH  Nyanga Zimbabwe   RESIDES  Zimbabwe   STONE  Springstone    THEMES  Her work is characterized by a sense of peace calm and inner dignity. It features women and womens' role in society.
  • Amos Supuni- BORN  1970  PLACE OF BIRTH  Malawi  RESIDES  Zimbabwe  THEMES  His sees his work as a voice for the voiceless. His themes are contempary social issues. e.g. Plight of the street kids. The poverty stricken. The starving.
  • Arthur Fata- BORN  1963   PLACE OF BIRTH  Harare Zimbabwe   RESIDES  Zimbabwe    STONE  He is at home with the hardest stones    THEMES   His formidable technical skills allow him to sculpt almost anything that inspires him, and as such his subject matter covers a wide range. Nature themes seem dominant.
  • Bernard Matamera BORN  1946   PLACE OF BIRTH  Guruve Zimbabwe   DIED  2002    STONE  Serpentines    THEMES  The subject matter of his dreams: animals,spirits,people and creatures and the metamorphosis between them.
  • Beven ChikodziBORN  1966  PLACE OF BIRTH  Chitungwisa Zimbabwe    THEMES  Gentle flowing sculpture usually with the theme of family relationships or birds or animals.
  • Brian NyanhongoBORN  1968   PLACE OF BIRTH  Nyanga Zimbabwe   THEMES  He has a strong sense of family and respect for traditions which shows through in his sculpture.
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  • Charles NembawareBORN  1971   PLACE OF BIRTH Zimbabwe THEMES  Inspired by his dreams. Sculptures show keen observation of human emotion and human charactor.
  • Collen NyanhongoBORN  1972   PLACE OF BIRTH  Nyanga Zimbabwe   PREFFERED STONE  hard stones springstone or serpentines  THEMES  Often inspired by nature.
  • Colleen MadamombeBORN  1964  PLACE OF BIRTH  Harare Zimbabwe PREFFERED STONE she works mainly in springstone THEMES Womanhood with qualitys of humility pride authority energy endevour sadness tenderness and humour.
  • Collin SixpenceBORN  1973  PLACE OF BIRTH  Harare Zimbabwe   RESIDES  Harare Zimbabwe   PREFFERED STONE  Dolomite and marble and any of the harder stones. THEMES  His sculpture is a reflection of his interpretation of everyday life.He is inspired by his natural surroundings in particular plants and flowers.
  • Derick MachekaBORN  1967 RESIDES Harare  THEMES  His work is empowered by a strong personal spirituality and tells stories which contain elements of the real world but are often placed in a spiritual or traditional context.
  • Dominic BenhuraBORN  1968  PLACE OF BIRTH  Murewa Zimbabwe  RESIDES  Harare Zimbabwe STONE  Springstone Opalstone but experiments with many materials. THEMES Family, Human interaction, Nature.
  • Eddie MasayaBORN  1960   PLACE OF BIRTH  Nyanga   RESIDES  Zimbabwe   STONE   Hard serpentines especially springstone   THEMES  His work comments on both traditional values and contempary issues e.g. Agony woman . The elders.
  • Euwitt NyanhongoBORN  1973   PLACE OF BIRTH  Nyanga Zimbabwe. STONE  Springstone   THEMES  He is inspired by the mountains of Nyanga .His work portrays human affinity with nature,animals,spirits and mythologigal beliefs of the Shona people.
  • Fabian MadamombeBORN 1953  PLACE OF BIRTH  Kadoma Zimbabwe.   STONE Black and green serpentines. Springstone.  THEMES  Human form nature and abstract ideas.
  • Fungai MwarowaBORN  1969  PLACE OF BIRTH  Chimanimani Zimbabwe  STONE Fascinated with stone. Likes to make each new sculpture of a different stone. THEMES  Imaginative creatures often imbued with human characteristics.
  • Gerald TakawiraBORN  1964  RESIDES  Zimbabwe  THEMES  Nature. People.
  • Gideon NyanhongoBORN  1967 PLACE OF BIRTH  Nyanga. Zimbabwe.  STONE He says, “My work must mark stages of my life: but it must also record the important stages in life around me... This is why I use the hardest stones, so that people will be able to understand these things in the years to come THEMES  Gideon’s sculptures speak tenderly of parenthood, protection, innocence and human love; as well as highlighting more traditional Shona themes of spiritual guidance and direction.
  • Gift MuchenjiBORN  1969.   STONE He is very careful in the selection of his stone as a result his sculptures often have a full rounded quality that has emerged completely naturally from the stone  with little influence or change from the artist.
  • Gladman ZinyekaBORN  1962  PLACE OF BIRTH  Gutu Zimbabwe .DIED 2000  STONE He utilises the variety of Serpentines and in particular the very hard Springstone that he polishes to perfection.  THEMES “I stand for the poor,” says Zinyeka, “I am lucky because I can shout through Stone Sculpture.
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  • Johnathan MhondorohumaBORN  1974   PLACE OF BIRTH  Mvurwi Zimbabwe  RESIDES  Harare   STONE Springstone THEMES  His subject matter is extensive from expressions of cultural custom and legend to village activity and sleeping children but almost always involving human activity.
  • Joe MutasaBORN  1964  PLACE OF BIRTH  Rusape Zimbabwe  RESIDES  Harare   STONE  Verdite springstone  lepidolite  granite  dolomite   THEMES Daily life,family and the environment.
  • Joseph MuzondoBORN  1964  RESIDES  Zimbabwe  STONE  Besides stone he uses steel , found objects and other media.  THEMES  His work is born out of great integrity- no idea is ever repeated for similar effect. His work is often contempary with themes of war, despair, struggle, catastrophy, sadness.
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  • Lovemore JamesBORN  1971    STONE Opalstone Serpentines.    THEMES Family, traditional culture, small animals and birds.
  • Nicholas KadzunguraBORN 1967  PLACE OF BIRTH Mashonaland central provence.Zimbabwe.    STONE  Hard stones   THEMES People and people interacting.
  • Norbert ShamuyariraBORN  1962  PLACE OF BIRTH  Chinhoyi  Zimbabwe.   STONE Springstone   THEMES  What he sees in everyday life.
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  • Philip KotokwaBORN 1972     STONE Leopardrock dolomite granite opalstone springstone.   THEMES Life around him.
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  • Raphael MachinjiliBORN 1966    PLACE OF BIRTH  Mazowe  Zimbabwe.   THEMES  Nature
  • Raphael MavudziBORN 1970   STONE   Springstone is his favourite stone for the contrast that can be achieved with it.  THEMES  His sculptures depict humanity and the world around him in a spiritual and often abstract way..
  • Royal KatiyoBORN 1972  PLACE OF BIRTH  Murewa Zimbabwe  STONE  Springstone    THEMES  Nature especially birds.
  • Saidi SabitiBORN 1929   PLACE OF BIRTH Mozambique   RESIDES  Zimbabwe   STONE  Serpentines springstone opalstone   THEMES He works from simple imagery that surrounds him - making mental notes of things seen, as well as from imaginative musings from moments of contemplation.  Common themes in his work include the Dendera bird, women (eg. grandmothers) and small creatures such as snakes and owls.
  • Samson KuvhenguraBORN  1953  PLACE OF BIRTH  Mudzi  RESIDES  Zimbabwe  THEMES  Human interaction.
  • Stanford DerereBORN 1957   PLACE OF BIRTH Zimbabwe RESIDES  Zimbabwe   STONE  Serpentines springstone opalstone   THEMES   His affinity for birds and their shrinking habitat is evident in his sculpture.  Stanford sees himself as a conservationist and depicts birds in an extremely sensitive and evocative way.
  • Sylvester Mubayi BORN 1942   PLACE OF BIRTH  Marondera Zimbabwe  RESIDES Harare   STONE  Springstone    THEMES The fusion of spiritual and earthly worlds as well as human and animal iconography inspires the work of Sylvester Mubayi.
  • Tapfuma Gutsa BORN 1956  RESIDES  Zimbabwe  STONE Serpentine Springstone.  THEMES  In his opinion, “the Western world has long borrowed from Africa.  I find no problem in borrowing from them.”  The imagery in his work is not so much borrowed from contemporary European culture, but actually represents much of today’s society in Zimbabwe – it is not restricted to portraying traditional cultural issues and is unafraid to speak of current environment in his home country.
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  • Taylor NkomoBORN 1953  PLACE OF BIRTH    Bulawayo  Zimbabwe   STONE Springstone serpentines   THEMES Nkomo draws a lot from nature and is producing quality sculpture with strong Zimbabwean sensibility.
  • Tendai MutasaBORN  1967 DIED  1999 STONE Dolomite  THEMES Traditional shona culture especially to do with honouring ones elders and being mindful of past generations.
  • Tinashe MakazaBORN  1972  PLACE OF BIRTH Guruve Zimbabwe  DIED 2002  STONE  Serpentines  THEMES  Tinashe takes inspiration from his surroundings and many of his works reflect organic shapes found in plants, mountains and clouds; his volumetric forms indicate a keen sense of awareness of the environment . He is not copying nature but rather in the process of studying it.
  • Tonde MashayaBORN  1977  PLACE OF BIRTH   Harare   STONE   Springstone   THEMES Zimbabwean Life
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  • Walter MarigaBORN 1973  RESIDES  Zimbabwe  STONE  Besides the serpentines he also works in black granite and cararra marble from Italy.  THEMES  His themes are often human forms and human interactions.
  • Wencelous Marufu BORN  1964 PLACE OF BIRTH Harare Zimbabwe   STONE  Green serpentine.  Also uses black and golden and opal stone.    THEMES.  The human figure as well as animals and birds.
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