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EXCLUSIVE COLLECTION OF WOODROW NASH SCULPTURES
As many artists begin their professional careers in art-adjacent fields, Nash eventually found his own calling through the visceral, tactile practice of clay, working directly with the earth’s materials. He works with ceramic sculpture techniques to construct his African statues from stoneware, earthenware, terra cotta and porcelain clay, and then embellishes his pieces with raku glazes. His impassioned attitude for life is reflected in the stature, posture and ornate color palette of his hand built sculptures – as he calls for us to reach within ourselves to outwardly celebrate the fullest expression of our human form: through our physical bodies and vibrant souls. If you’re looking for Woodrow Nash ceramic sculptures for sale, our warehouse located in Memphis Tennessee has the most exclusive selection of original Woodrow Nash Sculptures in the world! Contact us today!
How do contemporary artists grapple with complex art practices
in an increasingly visually saturated world?
Hand crafted masterpieces of African ceramic art bursting with color and texture. Some include tribal decorative art.
A resounding beat from leather hide drums, energetic sways of movement, drops of sweat glistening off bodies. In the peripheral, splashes of turquoise, burnt umber, and gold body paint become brushstrokes against the night sky. These colors reflect off bodies dancing around a fire. Moving in unison, beaded necklaces thrust against the elongated necks of sleek figures. Swift movement builds as music from bells and rattles becomes rapid, and smiles widen amidst a deep expression of communal love. These images are conjured within the delightful artistry of Woodrow Nash’s Pan-African inspired sculptures.