Nash, Woodrow, (Kofi)
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Kofi by Woodrow Nash
13 x 18 x 8" clay sculpture
In the tradition of the great masters, Woodrow Nash's consuming passion to elevate the human spirit takes the form of sculptures. He builds a sense of mystery and charisma into each sculpture. Through his pieces, Nash achieves his goal of integrating expression, complex symbolism and sophisticated aesthetics to yeild striking embodiments of the human soul and sensuality.Born in the late 40's in Akron, Ohio, Woodrow Nash is the product of sanctified churches, 1950s television images, and black inner city neighborhood schools run by predominantly white middle-class educators. The young student immersed himself in art during an era when artists sought nothing less than old-fashioned honesty in their imagery.