Cloudious Muhomba is a member of the Korekore tribe and was born in 1970 in Guruve, Zimbabwe. From an early age, Cloudious was exposed to sculpting through his community where he took a great interest in the art form and started to observe artists and their techniques. At fifteen, he carved his first sculpture: a beautiful representation of a monkey.
In 1991 Cloudious moved to Tengenenge, a well known artist community north of Harare, where he made the decision to dedicate his life to a career in sculpting. Today he is renowned for his spectacular renditions of lizards; from the small and delicate to the magnificent, grand, and imposing huge creatures that now grace and enrich worldwide collections.
A devoted and conscientious artist and family man, Cloudious's work has been exhibited since 1992 in many countries, such as the Netherlands, Australia, the U.S., Cyprus, Canada, Britain, and South Africa.
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