(Col.  Cat. 176, 177)

Born 1945 on the Copperbelt, Zambia.  As a young man showed great talent.  In 1965 held first solo exhibition at Red Cross Headquarters, Lusaka.  Gifted visual artist.  Started drawing from an early age, creating charcoal drawings on walls at primary school.  Won art competition at high school.  Studied graphic art at Mindolo Ecumenical Centre, Ndola, then worked at local newspaper publisher as graphic designer, before going to Europe for further art education.  In England worked with Barbara Moore, daughter of sculptor Henry Moore, who was a great inspiration to the Zambian artist.