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André Balyon
Simon Balyon
Evgeny & Lydia Baranov

John Berry

Brian Blood

Lovemore Bonjisi

Jackie Bowker
John Paul Braman

Julie Chapman

Rizimu Chiwawa

Marcel Demagny

Noah Desmond

Amy Dixon

Vadim Dolgov

Ton Dubbeldam
Stuart Dunkel

Cathrine Edlinger-Kunze

Mark English

Mark Geller 

Marty Goldstein

Lindsay Goodwin

Georgetta Grabovschi

Dan Graziano

Michael Gumbert

Peter Gwisa
Corinne Hartley

Corinne Hartley Bronzes

Carolyne Hawley

Jeff Jamison

Jacqueline Kamin
Mostafa Keyhani
Milt Kobayashi

Michele Kortbawi-Wilk
D.Edward Kucera

Sinisha Labus

James C. Leonard

Joseph Lorusso

Matthew Lovein

Michael Malm

Tapiwa Mapuranga

Terry Masters

Yanina Movchan

Javier Mulio

Perlagia Mutyavaviri

Alfredo Navarro

Agnes Nyanhongo

Moses Nyanhongo

Wellington Nyanhongo

Pietro Piccoli

Ramon Pujol

Bette Ridgeway

Pauline Roche

Michael Siegel
Marilyn Simandle
David Smith
Michael James Smith

Gregory Stocks
Kent R. Wallis
Edward Norton Ward

Charles White


Rizimu Chiwawa

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Rizimu Chiwawa

Stone Sculptor

Rizimu Chiwawa is gaining a reputation for exploring new techniques
that have taken traditional Zimbabwe sculpture into new creative
territory. Winning the highly competitive 2014 National Arts Merit
Award for Outstanding Mixed Media, Rizimu was honored for this
pioneering vision.
Born in 1982, he started his art career as a painter. For Rizimu, painting
was not enough to fulfill his creative energy and vision. He turned back
to his family roots to find inspiration from his father, renowned “First
Generation sculptor Edward Chiwawa. He joined the famed
Tengenenge Arts Centre in Guruve for 3 years before moving on to the
capital city of Harare to join the Chitungwiza Arts Centre in 2014.
Chiwawa sees artists as a mirror of society with their ability to put various
aspects of life on the map for all to see. “Most of my artwork addresses
issues that affect women. Women were created in a special way and they
have to be respected."
Mentally and creatively he is focused and determined to work hard to
make sure stone sculpture grows and evolves in Zimbabwe. His unique
vision and style have brought invitations to attended workshops in
Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. International travel broadened his
outlook and his willingness to innovate and experiment, which has led to
many new techniques being included in his “mixed media” sculptures


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