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As a child, the nascent sculptor sat cross-legged on the floor of the Peshawar Museum and pondered the fact that the majority of the items there had been dug up:  stone sculptures, terracotta figurines, ancient coins, weapons, etc.  In that moment, creation, burial and resurrection became the source of Jamali’s future inspiration.

Jamali’s sculptures are transformative.  Each work is a metamorphosis.  Each speaks to the cyclical nature of existence:  conception, birth, death and rebirth.  Jamali uses nature, both forces and materials, to manipulate works in plaster, clay and wood. The finished work can be thought of as a collaborative achievement of Mystical Expressionism.

Nature makes all of the sculptures, they are everywhere.  Don’t be afraid of nature.” - Jamali

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