Nhamo Chamutsa

March 13, 2018

Nhamo Chamutsa

Born 1979 in Harare

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.

In his own word Nhamo was quoted to say Sometimes what I sculpt comes from within, sometimes from what I see around me. Sometimes I move around the country seeing how people live, how they move and how they behave and I put these things into sculpture. Nhamo has been all over Europe and frequently exhibits his art in the Netherlands and United Kingdom. His talent is renowned and some of his art has been exhibited as far as Missouri in the USA.





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