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(1977, Guruve, Zimbabwe)
Misheck is from the Shona tribe and grew up in a family of seven. After completing his education, Misheck joined his Tinashe at Chapungu Sculpture Park and started working as his assistant. In his spare time, he worked on his own sculptures and over time, his work drew the attention of art dealers and collectors. Sadly, his brother Tinashe passed away in July 2002 and Misheck has carried on his family name, working as a sculptor in honour of his brother.
Misheck’s work is influenced by his Zimbabwe’s natural surroundings, reflecting the organic shapes found in mountains clouds and flowers. His figurative stye is minimalistic, with smooth rounded shapes and he often works in dolomite and springstone.
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