Born in the Zimbabwean province of Midlands in the city of Kwekwe in 1979, Tawanda Makore was inspired from an early age by his uncle - the late Akence Makore - who was a renowned sculptor. He was further influenced by the cubic sculptures produced by Zotoh Sango.
Graham grew up in Chitungwiza and was largely influenced by sculptors such as second generation sculptor Ignatious Zhuwakiyi. From 2006-2008 he exhibited his sculptures at the German Embassy and his work has sold to private and public collectors through Europe and Northern America.
I was born in 1977 in Guruve and received my primary education at Nyanhunzi School, my secondary education at Mamini High School. I started sculpting at at a tender age; my inspiration was due to the fact that I came from a renowned carving family. During my school holidays I used to help my sister and brother Brighton Sango to finish or polish their sculpture. This helped me to obtain and gain very good experience while I was still very young.
Agripa was born in Guruve in 1981. He went to Nyanhunzi primary and secondary at Magaya. After his secondary he joined his uncle Leonard Chitanda in the art of stone sculpting. This then led to him joining the Sanganai art group.
William was born in Guruve. He started Sculpting at the tender age of 13. Both of his parents were sculptors. By the time he was going to school, he was helping his parents wash and polish the sculptures.
Tylor is a versatile artist; his skills include painting, fabric, and drawing Art including Sculpting itself. He did his education at the Mzilikazi and Craft Centre and in 1970 to 1973 he was studying at the polytechnic college in his hometown. Tylor started his sculpting career in 19
Nhamo Chamutsa graduated in 1997 in Zimbabwe. Post-graduation he joined his uncle Arthur Fata as a stone sculptor. Nhamo was inspired by his uncle and later became a permanent resident artist at the Chapungu sculpture park in Masasa, Harare.