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At 6:01pm on January 22, 2017, Chris Malone said…
Thank you for seeing something in my creations, when I hear positive feedback it helps you to continue doing what we are doing.
At 10:05pm on January 21, 2017, Chris Malone said…
Great site,it usually takes me a little bit of time to figure out just what to do and how to do it. Outstanding collection of artists.
At 1:37am on February 5, 2015, Lola Cooper said…

 

No telling what you can do when you are determined.  Thanks Black Art In America for the push!  And, the personal care.  I went back to it and got it done.  Just had to breathe...  

At 10:54pm on January 20, 2015, Lola Cooper said…

No problem.  It's always fun to be on!

At 10:48pm on January 15, 2015, Joyce Owens said…

I showed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art aftEloise%20Joyce%20Alonzo%20Hudson%20in%20exhibition%20at%20the%20Philadelphia%20Museum%20of%20Art.jpger college and loved going there as a child in Philadelphia!

At 7:49pm on January 14, 2015, Camille Kaye said…

Thank you guys IMMENSELY for the feature. Hope to get this one out to our community :) 

At 11:27am on October 17, 2014, Robert A. Powell said…

Brother Man, we have got to get you home for a one man show here at Portfolio Gallery soon. Your art is an inspiration to all of us. Lets get it done in 2015. Keep making art,

robert

At 12:18pm on March 24, 2014, T Crowe Semler said…

Dear Najee and Friends,

Thank you very much. It was really great meeting y'all. We were honored to provide the gallery space for Black Art In America Show at Majesty Republic #1. We hope that your next visit to Bentonville will be extended to at least a week or longer. It is very refreshing and empowering to work with like minded folks. Thank you again. God Bless All.

I am yours truly,

peace, love, and enlightenment

Terry  

Our mission statement at MJR

"MaJesty Republic is a coalition of cosmopolitan artists, designers, and musicians sharing a global mission of humanitarian and social enlightenment through the promotion of the arts and charitable organizations."

HRH Haifa N Al-Saud, Founder

Prof. T. Crowe Semler, Co-founder


At 4:07pm on January 9, 2014, David Aponte Resto said…

This mission of your is outstanding as a native from New York City rise in Harlem love going to school and wondering about why was every body go down south for the summer where was this place down south? Much later in my life when in the army I got to see and find out where it was. It was all of the South. after the war I got to see Root love it and after the hospital were i work for 11 years the only black hospital Author C. Logan Memorial on convent Ave. in nation close. I  got my family and made it to Puerto Rico in the 1980 looking for my root found them thank to Arthur Alfonso Schomburg a fellow Rican Would love to make it back, with all l Have found for my lost tribe of new Americans !!!  

At 3:30pm on December 21, 2013, sue westaway said…

Greetings from Manyana, wishing all Black Art in America a very merry Xmas and a Happy and prosperous New Year...I love this site and would like to make new friends...am very interested in your stories and the work you are doing...have big respect..and think the work is of a high calibre...and the Art World should take notice...I share a lot of paintings of Black Art America on facebook...I feel somewhat alienated and am having difficulties getting to know you..I feel your struggle...and the words of Martin Luther King ring true...FREE AT LAST! ..equality...we must walk this Sacred Path together...thank you also..for accepting my membership...and hope in time I will get to know some of you if not all...LOVE & BEST WISHES...suzy x

At 9:29am on November 29, 2013, pinioned shackled garroted said…
Oh how I love this page! What a wonderful discovery!
At 2:41pm on October 3, 2013, Malik Seneferu said…
At 6:20pm on October 2, 2013, Malik Seneferu said…

REMAIN CREATIVE

At 5:31am on October 2, 2013, Guilaine Arts said…

Thank you!!!!

At 1:16pm on September 3, 2013, Al Johnson Art said…

It is indeed a pleasure to be a part of the Masters of Light in Creation. 

PeAce

At 2:43pm on August 31, 2013, anthony rogers said…

My name is Anthony Rogers, the son of the late George Rogers - an renowned Detroit Artist and the first black Clay Modeler in automotive history. My father served in the Korea war and graduated from 4 art schools and earned 2 majors in sculpture before becoming the first black clay modeler at Ford Motor Company. Clay Modelers are artist with skill to form a car from a large block of clay after studying the sketch design. The Clay Model is the most important level of the design because the Clay modeler has the freedom to bring the car to life as he see it. My father was part of the all black Ford design team that brought Lee Iacocco's Mustang 2 to life. He was also part of the design team that created the Probe. Although he accomplished many feats as an Clay Modeler, his specialty was Architectural Scale Models. My father worked on many Scale Model projects all over Detroit. Just to educate readers that don't know what a Scale Model is. A

Architectural Scale Model goes through the same design process as the Clay Model car does. First there is a sketch design or blueprint of the building, park, Ect.., and then the Scale Modeler create a physical visual model of the drawn design. My Father, George Rogers, was hired by Ford for the Ford Development Plan as the lone Scale Modeler for the Reniassance Center, downtown Detroit,Michigan, Farelane City, Dearborn, Michigan, and Seattle Expo Center, Spokane, Washington. To learn more about my father go to www.rogersrareartandprints.com. I am the author of 'Detroit Rich Boys by Muscles'. I have made plans to film a documentary and write a book covering my fathers life and career.      

At 8:46am on June 25, 2013, Robert Wade Jr. said…
Where has this site been all my life!
At 3:30pm on June 23, 2013, Steve A. Rhoden said…

This is a wonderful sight for Black Artists!

At 6:02pm on March 25, 2013, A.D. Carson said…
"Thank you."
At 1:06pm on February 27, 2013, Gretchen R Waller said…

Awwww, Thank you so much!  What a wonderful site this is!

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