Anwar Sadat Nakibinge does not know how to not be an artist. As a child growing up in Kampala, Uganda, he put pencil to any surface within reach: writing on walls, drawing on his skin, sketching his own shadow on the ground. This visceral need to create only expanded as he matured and worked to hone his skills. Though Sadat Nakibinge is still a young man, his blends of bright colors twist to tell the tales spun by nature and are an increasingly robust presence in the East African art landscape. As he continues to grow as an artist, Sadat Nakibinge strives to find ever more sophisticated ways to recognize those aspects of life that cannot be narrated or sung or written, and encapsulate them in color.