More than 15 sculptors at Mvurwi Arts Centre have embarked on a drive to set up a vibrant art show space were their various pieces made from stone and wood will be exhibited.
The artists dream is to come up with a much vibrant and bigger garden better than the once famed Tengenenge Arts Centre in Guruve.
Most of the pieces at the centre are larger than life sculptures that have meanings deeply rooted in the African contemporary art and culture.
What remains to be seen is whether the sculptures will manage to surpass the fame that was once made by the popular Tengenenge Arts Centre.
One of their advantages is that Mvurwi Arts Centre is favourably located as the artists now have access to raw materials such as the stone found in the close by Great Dyke.
These include the spring stone and serpentine stone which are mostly used in art works.