Friday, January 4, 2008

My work in progress

I created this blog so that I would have a way to interact with those who are interested in who I am and what I do. I also want to keep people abreast of what I am doing.

19 comments:

Bert said...

Nnamdi-
I'm from Fayetteville and wanted you to know your style is amazing. We could use a few more artists in the area.

Bert

: ) Paula said...

Hi Nnamdi,

My mom (Kathy) FINALLY returned the sculpture that was in her office at BYUH for so long--the one of you with the scrunched face. It's now displayed in our living room. My kids call it "The Nnamdi," which I think is an appropriate name. I'm glad to see that your art is keeping you busy full time.

Ben

Dudley said...

Hey Nnamdi just checking in - Hope all is going well for you and the family

Ann said...

We missed you this year at the Celebration of Fine Art in Scottsdale. email me as I have some news for you.
Ann Morrow

Bill's Musings said...

Sorry I didn't get one of your pieces of artwork while you were here at BYUH. Now I probably couldn't afford you!

Keep up the good work.
The Neals

Sheila Nelson-Ortiz said...

Nnamdi-

I am amazed at how talented you are not just in your art but also in your expressive communication.

Just add my name to your fan club! Right after your Wife, adorable Children and Mother of course!

Sheila Nelson-Ortiz

k_kalanui said...

Hello Nnamdi,

I remember being a freshman at BYUH and going to all the senior art shows. Yours was one of my favorite. I particularly favored "Mama's Love", and have regretted ever since being such a starving student that I couldn't purchase it for the measly $35 it was listed for at the time. I especially cherish the feelings it portrayed as I have children of my own now. If you might have a print of it I would love to see about purchasing. Keep up the fantastic work - it's so nice to see my fellow classmates succeeding at achieving their mission in life!

Sincerely, Renee Kalanui

You said...

I was just introduced to you and your art through a friend's picture on FACEBOOK. It was a sculpture of three women in Harlem. PHENOMENAL!!! It is BEAUTIFUL!! Will you ever have an exhibit in California? Where/How can I purchase one of your miniatures??

Plumb Line Ministry said...

BEAUTIFUL, ALL! So, I'm guessing that if I must ask about pricing, I can't afford it; Yes?

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Jennie Joy said...

I love your work, having being introduced to "Friends" on the plaza of the condo building at Fifth Avenue and 120th Street across from the Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem, NYC. I have included it in my blog www.comeexplorewithme.com

Martha said...

Nnamdi,greetings from Naples, FL where you have two of your biggest fans, my sister and me. I am so in love with Damsel. She sits in contemplation in a prominent place in our family room. To look at her is to feel consoled and peaceful. I am so fortunate to have this beautiful woman in my home.

Martha

awalkinthebark said...

I enjoy your story, and admire the strength of your mother for encouraging you to go with you God given talent in ArtWork. It's incredible.

David Cole said...

Please let us know if there is a way to contribute to your artwork for "good causes".

1Gigabyte said...

Hello Mr Okonkwo! I just saw your video on YouTube. Your artwork is really beautiful! Do you have website where you sell your art? If so, I would be happy to share it with my friends and family! Thanks again!

Unknown said...

Greetings from Poland!
Beautifule!
Maggie.

Miranda Merced said...

Hi, I am from Puerto Rico, a Caribbean Island. I love your work, specially the one named "Mother and child". Is there any possibility to acquire it?

Miranda

Nnamdi said...

Been out of circulation for too long. Trying to make a comeback!
Hope you are all still there!!

Megan Lundahl said...

I love your work. I live in Broomfield, CO. When I saw your bronze piece at our park, I was immediately drawn to it. I love it!! It is the bronze of the reclining woman. I have been to the Broomfield Commons Park area before (I am a resident here for 20+ years), but this time I was there with my dog and took my time. Your work is wonderful. Thank you for sharing your art with us.
--Laura