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2 years ago
I have been following George for a number of years now. I have also purchased 3 pieces of his art. I simply love the passion he puts into everything he does. He uses vibrant and bold colours that reflect the beauty and heartbeat of Africa. His work is diverse and it seems there is no challenge too difficult for him to take on board. I follow him with happy expectations and am never disappointed. Well worth investigating not this brilliant man's talent.
- Monica W
2 years ago
George is talented artist with a unique technique of using different media using items such as toothbrushes, pallet knives and even his hands to get the desired textured and looks. He is always joyful and always trying out new things and trying to expand his views. He's a cool guy
Treyza
2 years ago
George is one of the most accomplished artists to come out of Africa .. I have been proud to have sold and bought some of his amazing work ,, he has such an amazing style which I have watched mature over the last few years years to the place it now is .. George is such a humble and seriously talented artist , and should be very proud of his place ,in the art the world . His work is vibrant and thoughtful with a depth to it that leaves me feeling blessed to now the artist and to be able to own some of his work ..thank you George and keep up the work .. I feel your place in art history is now set ..
- Lisa P

about me

George Masarira Visual Artist 

i studied art for 2 years at Mzilikazi Art and Craft Centre in Bulawayo. My art career stretches from 2008 to date fusing my studies and trade. i majored in fine art, ceramic design, pottery, and wood carving with a strong bias towards fine art. My fine art passion grew post my graduate period because of constant contact with a painter in a shared home studio with a renowned artist, Zacharia Mukwira who now is a resident in Cape Town , South Africa.
My admission at the he National Art Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo in 2013 saw a rapid growth of the artist in me. I was inspired to change and develop my art through networking and exposure to different versions of art and artist at the National Gallery. To date, i operate from a studio located at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo which has become my occupational space.
My artistic transition evolved as i find myself enclosed in a contemporary spectrum which influences and inspires most of my works. I am mainly inspired by contemporary unfoldings around me, encompassing, politics, economic, religion, environment, and anything that involves cosmopolitan philosophy surrounding me. I am a provoking artist as most of my art describes what i feel to be the truth. I can be summarised as a radical cosmopolitan artist.
I refrain from art which does not speak to the heart and mind because every piece by George Masarira is a result of a blend of lens captures, emotional raptures, philosophical triggers and a well thought out tapestry of hand movement and paint brush stroke coordination- it will be a philosophical and monumental robbery to create memories and thoughts which do not change a life.
I have done exhibitions local and internation

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Studio 8, National Art Gallery in Bulawayo
Douslin House
Corner L. Takawira Ave, / J. M. Nkomo St.
Bulawayo
Zimbabwe

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