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Are Most Black "Black Art" collectors cheap ...want original art and wait for an artist become famous...

Started by Grandmaster Taijay. Last reply by Purple Piranha Artist Group 10 hours ago. 35 Replies

I've heard  from Black Artists who believe that Black "Black Art" collectors:1. Want their best original art at insulting prices-even if they have deep pockets.2. Wait for an artist's work to become…Continue

Gotta Go ...Gotta Get Ready For A Show...Peace & Blessings

Started by Grandmaster Taijay. Last reply by Purple Piranha Artist Group 11 hours ago. 15 Replies

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Would you really have collected Jean-Michel Basquiat before he became famous?

Started by The Truth hurts, but,,,. Last reply by carol finney on Tuesday. 5 Replies

Do you really think that Jean-Michel Basquiat's art-work is worth millions of US dollars?Would you have really spent as few as one hundred US dollars on his art-work; ifhe was in  Washington Square…Continue

Poem For Soul Sisters Of All Shades

Started by Grandmaster Taijay. Last reply by Grandmaster Taijay Jul 12. 3 Replies

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Comment by The Truth hurts, but,,, on July 14, 2014 at 7:37am

Ok

Ok

well

first

we

went

to

a

30 floor apartmn

it

was

huge

why

didint

I

have

money

like

that

peope

are

poor

and

people

are

not

ok

well

I

want

to

erase evret

thing

that 

i

wrote

oh

my girl

thanks

that I

what   to talk to   Linda   but    she 

she is my Ex-girl

I don not want her

I do not want this girl

oh 

heres   a gooooood joke

this man says to this man

is tha a new roll roy

and the guy

sa  no it a Rolls Royce!!!!!!!!!

ok 

here come 

my

Comment by The Truth hurts, but,,, on July 14, 2014 at 7:30am

I

would

like

to

say

that

well

Comment by The Truth hurts, but,,, on July 14, 2014 at 7:29am

Sorry

about 

that

I'm 

just

getting

in

and

well,

I'm

really 

out 

off

it

ok

I

will

try

it

again

Comment by The Truth hurts, but,,, on July 14, 2014 at 7:27am

Last night was a party down by the Hudson River.  Lots of rich New Yorks

Comment by Marcus Sterling Alleyne on July 13, 2014 at 9:57pm

meditation in green
acrylic painting on Plexiglas
28" x 32"
MSA ART 2014
painted from life
model: artist Selena Watkins

any comments are welcomed and appreciated...thank you

Comment by The Truth hurts, but,,, on July 7, 2014 at 10:45pm

Open Letter To Grand Master Taijay,

You are invited to join my discussion group.  My encounter with your words and art has shown me that not all Black American people are asleep. The art of  some other members of BAIA contain some great work and I really did not see that much pandering or "safe negro art."

Comment by GRANDMASTER TAIJAY on July 2, 2014 at 5:11pm

Grandmaster Taijay and YOJIMBO are:

putitinthekeetl@yahoo.com and contacttaijay@yahoo.com...

No other comments are from The Art And Poetry Of Grandmaster Taijay

Grandmaster Taijay, Harlem, NYC 72/14

Comment by The Truth hurts, but,,, on June 30, 2014 at 6:41pm

Grandmaster Taijay, I saw your art and I want to say that you do

appear to be serious about seeing the Black Woman as a Queen.

Maybe.

Comment by Purple Piranha Artist Group on June 29, 2014 at 10:40pm

Grandmaster Taijay,  thank you for uploading the image of your art that

I picked out. I will choose my words as if they are "precious jewels,"

and not respond to negative comments. I will honor our people and

all of those who respect us as human beings. Waiting for your reply and

then I'll upload my pick as my new icon.  Thank you.

Comment by Purple Piranha Artist Group on June 24, 2014 at 3:35pm

Grandmaster Taijay,  I respect your art,  your poetry,  your love for our

beautiful women and the way you have done away with every rule of 

" Proper American English."  I want to write like you and attack like

E. Joyce Moore; you two must know each other.

I need an icon like players playground, and I understand that you two

have exchanged information in said area. I too, am a USA Veteran and

I love our American way of life.

I'm going to join the discussion groups and list some of my favorite

youtube.com tunes (as I'm listening to them.)  Strong!

 

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