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Alex Kapondora


Born in Zimbabwe, Mr. Kapondora is mainly a self-taught artist. As a student, he participated in the National Annual Schools Exhibition in 1994. He was recognized for his talent in visual arts when he studied at Churchill Boy’s High in Zimbabwe, where he received an award of excellence for “painting, colour, drawing.” One of Zimbabwe’s most promising young painters, Mr. Kapondora has already become a member of the National Art Gallery where several of his works have been on display. 


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Baron Kambarami


Baron Kambarami was born in Harare, Zimbabwe in 1981 and studied at the Peter Birch School of Art. His medium of choice is Acrylic on canvas, but in recent days he has experimented with plaster on canvas to create 3-D effects. He is inspired by colour and landscapes.

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Boarding Dzinotizei


Born 1978 in Gutu and educated at Marondera High school (Zimbabwe), Mr. Dzinotizei studied for a Bachelor of Fine Arts honours degree at Chinhoyi University of Technology in 2009. He mainly uses chalk pastel showing his interest in human character in portraits, street/market scenes and social commentary pictures. He started exhibiting in 2002 at the National Gallery and has subsequently exhibited throughout Southern Africa and has regular overseas clients.

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Charles Nkomo


Mr. Nkomo was born in 1974 in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. After leaving school in 1995, he studied at Mzilikazi Art and Craft Centre in Bulawayo, where he specialized in fine art. After leaving Mzilikazi, Charles became a resident artist at the National Gallery in Bulawayo. He has since participated in many joint exhibitions and has also been commissioned to paint some astounding murals for Zimbabwean organizations.

Group exhibitions featuring Mr. Nkomo’s works include the Harare International Festival of the Arts Exhibition in 2000, numerous Visual Artists' Association of Bulawayo (VAAB) Annual Exhibitions and at the NSA Gallery in Durban in 2004. He was awarded first prize for painting at the 2001 VAAB Exhibition.

In 2006, Charles had a solo exhibition at the Hyatt Hotel Johannesburg and a two-man show at the National Gallery Harare with Khumbulani Mpofu. The ex-national opposition newspaper, the Daily News, commissioned a series of four oils for their boardroom.

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Peter Kwangware


Mr. Kwangware was born in 1974. From 1995 to 1997, he studied art at the well-known B.A.T. Visual Arts Studios of the National Gallery in Harare, Zimbabwe. His works are vivid, figurative paintings, mostly in oil. His paintings are inspired by social aspects of African life and explore themes of everyday living in both the city and rural areas. The ZATA Project uses his wonderful art on many of their marketing documents.

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Zacharia Mukwira


Mr. Mukwira studied not only the visual arts, but movement and dance, theatre and drama. He has had numerous group exhibitions in Zimbabwe with the National Art Gallery of Bulawayo, including a group exhibition held in 1996 with the AIDS Awareness exchange program entitled “Zimbabwe—Australia,” Zacharia’s work can be found in private collections in Botswana, Zambia, Namibia, South Africa, Australia, Sweden, U.K., Netherlands, and the U.S..  Corporate collections include the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, Half Way Hotel and the New Kingdom Hotel, in Victoria Falls.

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Justin Gope


Justin was born in Mozambique in 1967, and moved to Zimbabwe in 1986. Having been fascinated with drawing since the age of 12, he had the opportunity in 1991 to send some original work to the National Gallery of Zimbabwe and was invited to join a 3 year workshop for aspiring artists, co-sponsored by BAT and The National Gallery of Zimbabwe. On completion Justin attained his ''O'' and ''A'' Levels in Art; and his first group exhibition was with the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in 1993. He has participated in various group exhibitions, and held his first one-man show at the Zimbabwe National Gallery in Mutare in 2002. Justin's inspiration is derived from a fellow artist and countryman, the late Luis Meque. His second exhibition was with Richard Rennie and it included Beach and Social Scenes in mixed mediums. Justin Gope is considered to be one of Zimbabwe's finest and most well-known up and coming artists.

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Mind Shana


Mr. Shana is 28 years old and one of the most talented artists on the new African art scene. He uses bold strokes and vibrant colors to paint scenes with a more rural landscape theme and scenes from everyday life.. Using a kaleidoscope of color and bold strokes, their works resonate with Zimbabwean culture.


Pamela Tapfumaneyi


Ms. Tapfumaneyi was born in 1978 and trained in ‘A’ Level art a the BAT Visual Art Studios of National Art Gallery of Zimbabwe in 1999 and 2000. She has shown her work in a number of galleries throughout Zimbabwe.

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Phanuel Soza


Mr.  Soza trained at B.A.T. Art studio from 1996-1998. During this period He also sat for O and A level Cambridge examinations. At B.A.T. Art Studio Phanuel was introduced to drawing, painting, print making and sculptures. He has shown his works throughout Zimbabwe and in France.


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