Hugh Mbayiwa

Hugh Mbawiya was born in Zimbabwe in 1973.He completed his A Levels and then went on to gain his National Certificate in Drawing and Painting at the BAT Visual Studio in Harare. 
As a final year student he exhibited at the National Gallery, Zimbabwe. In 1995 he exhibited at the Gallery Delta and the Verandah Gallery and has participated in numerous group exhibitions.
Hugh taught art to O and A level students in Mhondoro near the small town of Chegutu and donated proceeds from the sale of his work to his art class for the necessary materials, and to further the development of rural art. 
He has sold work to clients in New York, Canada, South Africa, Germany, UK and Australia. 
He is represented in Durban at the Elizabeth Gordon Gallery.

“My work is still growing up I believe, but surely every growth needs nutritious feeding so my style is full of colours which have to be the right ones. My style can be isolated since I work most of my time away from fellow artists. I admit that I have to accept new ideas for my art to grow with me. In Zimbabwe every rural man has to have cattle as the big asset, so my paintings reflect such things which have also resulted in me securing my own herd.”

“ Teaching in rural areas outside Harare, Zimbabwe has given Hugh Mbayiwe the opportunity to capture the many aspects of daily rural living. His bold use of colour and a spontaneous naive style gives a charm to each of his portrayals of rural life. His education and own sophistication enables him to see the delights of the simple aspects of life and it is his candour and humour that come together to make his paintings so unique”
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Natural Style (1) 400 x 350 mm unfr. ab

Natural Style (2) 400 x 380 mm unfr. ab

Sing Spring (1) 500 x 510 mm unfr. ab

Sing Spring (2) 500 x 510 mm unfr. ab

Big Style (1) 450 x 390 mm ab unfr.

Big Style (2) 450 x 390 mm unfr. ab

Fashion Rocks (1) 430 x 410 mm unfr. ab

Fashion Rocks (2) 430 x 410 mm unfr. ab

KZN Graze (1) 580 x 460 mm unfr. ab

KZN Graze (2) 580 x 460 mm unfr. ab

Out Ride (1) 450 x 380 mm unfr. ab .

Outride (2) 450 x 380 mm unfr. ab

Herd Ahead 1 600 x 480 unfr.

Herd Ahead 11 600 x 480 unfr.

Heat Beat 1200 x 1000 mm Oil

Country Mode 800 x 680 fr. ab

Country Tune 800 x 680 fr. ab

Free Pasture (1) 430 350 mm unfr. ab

Free Pasture (2) 430 x 350 mm unfr. ab

Up North 2 900 x 770 fr. ab

Dry Beat (1) 470 x 400 mm unfr. ab

Dry Beat (2) 470 x 400 mm unfr. ab

Red View 90 x 80 fr. ab

Green view 90 x 80 fr. ab

KZN Pasture 1 80 x 70 fr. ab

KZN Pasture 2 80 70 fr. ab

Limpopo Heavy 1 100 x 100 cm. oc

Limpopo Heavy 2 100 x 100 cm oc

Fashion Passion 100 x 100 oc
 
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