Dr. Lilian Mary Nabulime is a Sculptor, lecturer at Margaret Trowell school of industrial and fine art Makerere University and holder of a Fine art Ph.D. from University of New castle UK.
Lilian’s work uses everyday objects (for example, soap, sieves, cloth, mirror, metal cans, car metal parts, found objects ….) to embody a specific social agenda that attempts to raise awareness and promote discussion as well as moving the meaning of art beyond the visual.
Her inspiration for sculpture is derived from nature, experiences, and people. Most of her sculptures are made from wood. She is passionate about carving wood, its hard work, involves time and she usually chooses wood that exhibits unique forms. The characters of her sculptures are dynamic and organic with a rhythm that flows along the grain and growth pattern of the tree forms which often produces a sensational spiral movement.
In this exhibition, Lilian will exhibit Sculptures from 1993 to 2018 (25 yrs).