|Died||2003 (aged 34–35)|
|Occupation||Sculpture and engineer|
Mukomberanwa began his art career by studying with his father, working with hard stones native to the region. Later in his career he took up printmaking, becoming interested in etching and woodblock printing. He was also a painter. He had his own style of art that incorporated humor. Anderson obtained a btech degree from harare polytechnic college in 1993.There after he decided to gointo art rather than pursue his profession as a civil engineer Anderson died from cancer on 10 March 2003.
He was a member of Zimbabwe's acclaimed Mukomberanwa family of sculptors. He is the son of Nicholas Mukomberanwa, he was the brother of second generation sculptors Taguma, Lawrence, Ennica, and Netsai Mukomberanwa, and the cousin of Nesbert Mukomberanwa.
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