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Happy 2018, my dear readers! I hope this year finds you in good health and a great start to what I hope will be an amazing year for you. Here, at SSBBW Magazine's Arts & Entertainment department, we are staring longingly at our kids stockings, wishing we could will it over to us and steal some candy. As you may know, we can't get everything we want, fair reader. None-the-less, I do have some sweet art to feast upon today, and luckily for you, I'm in the mood to share.

Nnamdi Okonkwo is an artist we've featured before, but his work is so expansive and beautiful, I just had to bring him back around to help bring in the New Year, especially since I came across a video that he shared talking about his life. Look for it at the end of this gallery!

Nnamdi Okonkwo, born in 1965, was drawn to art from the time he was a young boy growing up in Nigeria. His sculptures of women are rotund forms that symbolize the abundance of life, "an outward manifestation of a largeness of soul." Whether enclosed within themselves, or interacting with another form, their subtle "actions" evoke a depth of empathy. His art is a personal statement, a unique viewpoint formed by his life experiences. "My inspiration comes from the aspect of the human soul that I find sublimely beautiful and noble."

There is a youtube video with an interview with him at Without further ado, we present the SSBBW art of Nnamdi Okonkwo:

Written by: Toni Crane


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