Gedion was born into an artistic family in Zimbabwe, Africa.
During his youth, he watched his father, Claud Nyanhongo, a prominent artist and driving force within the innovative Shona Sculpture movement (unique to Zimbabwe) that began in the late 1950s and says: …although I was young, I remember loving it and knowing that it was what I wanted to do.”
Gedion was mentored by acclaimed sculptor Joseph Ndandarika (a friend of his father) and began his solo career in 1988 with his exhibition at the Mabwe Gallery in Harare, Zimbabwe in 1989.
Gedion’s vision and skills have earned him international recognition as a sculptor of excellence. His works have been showcased in solo and group exhibitions at venues around the world, including: England, France, Germany, Holland, Hong Kong, South Africa, U.S.A, and Zimbabwe.
Gedion’s work is included in both private and public collections.
He currently lives in Arizona and participates in shows and festivals across the nation.