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(Born in 1960, Nigeria. Lives and works in Lagos, Nigeria.)
Olisa Nwadiogbu is a painter, sculptor, printmaker, bronze caster, and cultural activist. As a multi-media artist; drawing and painting of figures provide the basis of his artistic adventures and career. His works are influenced by Nigerian masters and African sculptures with themes that center on traditional and contemporary concepts in narrative statements influenced by the environment, politics, and humanitarian dispositions.
His works have been exhibited at group and solo exhibitions including Effort National Museum and Monuments, Lagos, Nigeria (2014); Wilderness Journey National Museum and Monuments, Lagos, Nigeria (2009) and Oraese V Ime Obi, Nigeria.
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