As a great believer of Karma, in his art works the main subject he puts much emphasis is love which he believes is the only solution to things affecting people in the community. His primary medium of practice in painting has been oil on canvas which he practiced for quite some time and he later introduced acrylics. He draws his inspiration from God through day-to-day human activities, in communities and most of all his personal life. With his work he is aiming to participate in the documentation and development of culture, create public awareness in our communities, be an ambassador of peace and love and to fill in gaps in the local and international histories.
Since early this year, Okamar has been researching on both the early 16th and late 16th century masters of mannerism and baroque styles which he believes is the current influence behind his current work.
He has sold his work to mainly private collectors from Kenya, the rest of Africa and internationally in USA, UK, Thailand, Spain, Russia, Australia, France, India and Italy. Okamar is also a sculptor who practices using soapstone, granite, wood and metal. He works from his studio at the Kobo Trust (Nairobi Kenya).