In 1996 Daniel was included in his first international exhibition, which was in Belgium. The exhibition was called International Art and Antiques. There were only three other artists represented from Zimbabwe, those being; Brighton Sango, Sylvester Mubayi and Gladman Zinyeka.
In 1997 Daniel also took part in another exhibition called Sculptures From Zimbabwe, which ran for six months.
Since 1998 he had been working at Chapungu Sculpture Park on their two-year residency artists programme and in April 2000 and again in 2001 he was invited to Woerden in Holland to stage a one-month workshop.
In 2003 Daniel was invited to the UK for three months giving demonstrations with Zimsculpt.com, and then invited the same year to run a workshop with Just Zimbabwe.
Daniel’s works are abstract in form, yet bold and striking. He is a young artist who is bound to feature predominantly in the future sculpture scene of Zimbabwe. A rising talent.
Nichodimus Mutasa was born in Makoni district near the Eastern Highlands town
of Rusape in 1970.
Precious was born on April 6, 1975. He grew up in the mountains of Nyanga, before moving to Mutoko for his final year in school. Precious started sculpting in 1995 at the age of 20.
He was inspired by his older brother, Passmore Mashaya. Precious has exhibited twice in Zimbabwe: in April 1996 at the Standard Chartered Bank, and in August 1996 at the Sheraton Hotel.
He aspires to become a prominent artist and his main drive is to spread the message of art to the young generation.
Witness was born in 1975 in Mudzi, Mutoko. Witness is the second born in a
family of seven.