Deceptively simple and flowing sculptures, created out of the hardest stone, carved completely by hand, are the hallmarks of Gedion’s expressive sculpture. His imagination is influenced by each stone he chisels into. Gedion passionately transforms hard and enduring stone into sculptures that capture all that is good and worth preserving in the world around us. Stone sculptor Gedion Nyanhongo was born into an artistic family on December 22, 1967 in Nyanga, Zimbabwe, Africa. Influenced from a young age by his father, Claud Nyanhongo, a prominent sculptor and one of the pioneers of the Shona Sculpture Movement of Zimbabwe, Africa, that began in the late 1950s. Gedion’s vision and skills have earned him international recognition as a sculptor of excellence. His sculptures are in private collections around the globe and on permanent display at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and a life size Zebra sculpture at the Phoenix Zoo.