Born: 11 November 1978
Elokitshini 2003 at the National art gallery of Zimbabwe Bulawayo.
Two men exhibition 2005 at the National Art Gallery of Zimbabwe.
Lindsay Davis Art Gallery, Durban, South Africa in 2008.
Gallery “Klein Afrika”, Marknesse, Netherlands in 2008.
Lindsay Davis Art Gallery, Durban, South Africa in 2009.
Gallery “Klein Afrika”, Marknesse, Netherlands in 2009.
Visual Artists Association of Bulawayo Annual Exhibition, National Gallery Bulawayo, 1995.
Mobil Oil Zimbabwe Heritage Exhibition, National Gallery Harare, 1995.
Water and Soil Exhibition, National Gallery Bulawayo, 1995.
Two men Exhibition, Mzilikazi Art & Craft Centre, 1997
Khululeka Exhibition, National Gallery Bulawayo, 1997.
Harare International Festival of Arts(HIFA), National Gallery Harare, 1998.
Cotton Quest Exhibition, National Gallery, Harare, 1998.
Fact Cotton Exhibition, National Gallery in Harare, 1999.
Ekhaya Exhibition, Bulawayo, 1999.
lime exhibition in Manchester2000.
Cotton Quest Exhibition, National Gallery, Harare, 2001.
Young Artist Exhibition, National Gallery, Bulawayo, 2002.
ThathaBhasikili Exhibition, National Gallery, Bulawayo, 2002.
Asambeni hall poverty campaign(united nations)
1st Price Water colour painting, Matopo workshop.
1995-2004 -mural, Amakhosi Theatre Cultural Centre.
ZTV (Zimbabwe television backdrops)
Bulawayo Melting Pot Backdrop.
Mzilikazi Pottery Decoration, Mzilikazi Art & Craft Centre.
Joshua Nkomo Gala, Bulawayo.
German / Zimbabwe wall mural in Bulawayo
Stage designing for Amakhosi Cultural Organisation.
Artist’s consultancy (Amadaka Pottery, Bulawayo).
NTV (National Television backdrops).
International trade fair Bulawayo, 2003.
Tapong art centre
2004 and 2005 in Botswana.
Cape town tupelo international exhibition, 2005.
2000-artist against poverty campaign (united nations) & 1st Price water colour painting, Matopo workshop.
This artist with his natural talent and incredible understanding of colour, makes for investors to bank on.
He touches emotions by forcing the viewer to indulge in the moment.
At the same time the viewer is confronted
by sentimental use of colour and contrasting brush strokes.
All this culminates to make up paintings that leave the audience
with a sense of belonging, yet evoking the unconscious in such a way that it leaves one with memories far beyond the obvious.