After completing his education in 1998, Mwarowa went to Harare to join his brother Fungani where he was introduced to stone carving. There he assisted his brother Fugani in finishing sculptures and thus gained experience and confidence until he himself became an independent artist. Mwarowa also worked for a number of years at the Chapungu Sculpture Park.
Mwarowa endeavors to create unique pieces, representing his own imagination. He prefers to work in the more colorful stones such as Lepidolite, Opal stone, and Leopard Stone.
Mwarowa’s sculptures have been exhibited in the Netherlands, Germany, USA and South Africa.