“J’Accuse No.3” by Charles White - original charcoal drawing, 36”x36”, 1965
Born in Chicago in 1918,…Continue
Added by Black Art In America on August 25, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Black Art In America is pleased to welcome American Master Artist Lawrence Finney to the family of artist who's works are now represented at Shop BAIA Online (SBO).
Shop BAIA Online™ is a place where you can shop and browse for art from our growing network of artists, collectors, estates…Continue
"Endless Love" by Phyllis Stephens -- 38x28" limited edition of 25
Exclusively offered through …Continue
Added by Black Art In America on August 22, 2013 at 3:52pm — No Comments
Harlem Brewing Company™ is pleased to invite the Black Art In America™ community out for the Garden Pop-Up @ Mist. Our media partnership with Black Art In America™ helps us further engage the creative community with supporting arts programming. Our latest venture will provide a space in HOT HARLEM for the virtual exhibition of member artists works curated by Black Art In America. Join Harlem Brew Garden™ Pop-Up @ Mist -- August…Continue
Added by Black Art In America on August 21, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
Welcome to phase two, Shop BAIA Online™ (SBO). SBO is a place where you can shop and browse for art from our growing network of artists, collectors, estates and galleries. Shopbaiaonline.com is a place for you to find the best values on great art and collectibles.
The launch of SHOP…Continue
Added by Black Art In America on August 17, 2013 at 9:00pm — No Comments
My name is Karien Zachery and I'm a self-taught multi-medium artist living in Gardena, CA. One thing I've encountered in the world of professional art is: the difference between the way natural artists are treated versus educated artists. We constantly hear that art..like beauty...is subjective and really can't be taught or judged. Yet our society is overflowing with beauty contests and cosmetic comparisons. In the same way, there is an established…Continue
While I am always happy to rep for emerging artists, I have issues with maintaining a good, diverse art base. I started with mostly Afican-Amereican themes, but felt the need to expand my base to include all kinds of art. Can a black-only art gallery survive in this…Continue
An African American Art Manifesto
By Philip Muzi Branch
(This is the unedited version of the article published in
IMAGES magazine, Fall Issue 2005)
Manifesto In Art - a public declaration or exposition in print of the theories…Continue
Added by Black Art In America on September 9, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Fine art is defined as art that is made solely for the satisfaction of the artist, rather than for commercial purposes. Based on this definition, digital art certainly is in the category of fine art.
The digital art that I have loved so far is that of some of my photographer friends who use great creativity and skill in enhancing their images into exciting and beautiful works of art. Then, there are those that invariably look like they were done on the…Continue
There is great disagreement among Black artists in Sacramento. We are trying to work more cohesively to be more effective at reaching out to the diverse community in the Capitol of California. But we seem to be stuck on whether "Black" should be in title of what we call ourselves. This my sound like a trivial point but some of feel strongly that "Black art" is what the whole thing is about! To cherish and esteem and proclaim our Black pride to the world.…Continue