Lucky Office was born in 1976 in the Hurungwe District.
Lucky began sculpting at the tender age of 19 after a meeting another sculptor, Moses Masaya. They worked together for two years until Lucky was experienced enough to work on his own.
Luckys sculptures are characterized by a respect for the shape of the stone. Human and animal forms are frequently sculpted and reference to the Shona societys culture and beliefs are also a large source of inspiration.
Family experiences have profoundly influenced much of Luckys work, which frequently have themes that relate to human relationships and personal feelings. The pieces are his artistic responses to deeply felt emotions.
Through his sculpture Lucky has discovered an eloquent and meaningful self-expression. Feelings of sadness and insecurity are often present in his work, as evidence not only by the sculptural forms he creates but also in their titles.
Lucky has instinctively shown an acute awareness of the qualities of his chosen medium. Let stone be stone is a time-honored tradition of the great sculptors from Michelangelo to Broncusi and is a tradition that Zimbabwean sculptors have enveloped and remain faithful to.
Luckys works have been exhibited at galleries in the USA, the UK, Holland, Belgium and Germany, not to mention several galleries in Harare.