Edmore Sango

August 14, 2018

Edmore Sango

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.

 
In 1995 after completing my secondary education I decided to become a fulltime sculptor. In 1998 Tom Blomefield invited me to join Tengenenge Sculpture Community. I worked With them for two years. In 2001, I received an invitation to Netherlands from two galleries called World Art Foundation
and Kunst In Depolder to do a workshop and exhibition. It was a successful exhibition and workshop. In 2002 I was invited to Germany to Enlaoe Gallery and we had a successful exhibition and workshop. 

I am a resident artist in several galleries in Germany and make regular trips to carve and exhibit my creations.





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