Andamiyo finds inspiration from several sources and he become most well-known for his renderings of birds, animals and depictions of Shona people. “My Sculptures show my respect for the African wildlife and for the cul-tural values of the people,” he explains.
Aron Kapembeza is one of Zimbabwes successful and most represented artists. Born in 1982, he is primarily a self-taught sculptor. His artistic talent was evident at an early age of 16 and through perseverance and dedication; he is one of Zimbabwes leading springstone sculptors.
Bernard uses Spring stone, Serpentine and Opal stones in making his sculptures. He specialises in figures, animals and abstract. In his spare time, he enjoys watching television and listening to stories from old people and animals survived in the years of the Khoi Khoi people in the bushmen.
Bonwell started sculpting in 1993. His first sculptures were sold at Chapungu Art Gallery in Harare. He moved to Tengenenge in 1997, he then went to Chapungu Art Gallery in Harare for few years then he returned to Ten-genenge to settle down in 1999.