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Woodrow Nash’s artwork exists as his practice, his process and his mastery, where he devotes himself to grappling critical concepts alongside elegant craftsmanship. Clay has become the means through which Nash navigates the cultural disparities of being Black in America, while maintaining an uplifting message of positivity held within the cultural roots and empowered traditions of Africans and African Americans. His work becomes an embodied “combination of expression, symbolism, and aesthetics that yield striking embodiments of the human soul and sensuality.” As a highly venerable artist, clay becomes his ministry, and an impassioned means to honor life’s intricacies and to recognize the communal value of love. Nash sees himself as a vessel through which creativity flows – and every viewer can observe an obvious outpour of love, empowerment, and celebration when in the presence of his ceramic sculptures.