One of the most enlightening aspects of the Internet is the wealth of art work that we can view whenever the mood strikes us. More often than not; however, we are drawn to the works of those artists with whom we have become most familiar over the years. As such, there are numerous other artists, sometimes not so well known, whose creations may be overlooked.
I am constantly looking for new art works, which somehow led me to "ArtisansOnline.com." I was so moved by the artistry there, that I have designed a small gallery of just a part of the works that they currently offer.
Featured in this gallery are also stunning works by artists Evan Church and Shan Kelly Cecelio, which I know you will find to be awe inspiring, and some beautiful photography from the African Imagery Gallery. Don't forget to turn up your sound for some original African music!
This site is dedicated to Demetria, my "other daughter" who makes a difference in all that she does!
J's Magic Galleries brings you a beautiful selection of African American related works of art for your viewing pleasure.
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:: Recommended Sites on the World Wide Web ::
African American World connecting Black Americans
with their history and culture in an interactive format
that showcases the best of PBS and NPR, revealing the courage
and talent that shaped this American journey.
African American "Odyssey"
from the Library of Congress, rare and unique items
from the Library's vast African-American collections
to the National Digital Library.
Smithsonian's African American history and culture.
African American Women Writers of the 19th Century
African American History Challenge
an interactive quiz that helps you sharpen your knowledge
of African American History.
"Real African American Heroes"
is a website dedicated to all African Americans
who over the years have made a difference.
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
of The New York Public Library offers a beautiful selection
of images of 19th-century African Americans.
"The Faces of Science "
African American men and women who have contributed to the
advancement of science and engineering.
The AFRO-American Almanac is an on-line presentation
of the African in America.
Black History Quest
A fantastic source for links to African American
resources on the Internet.
NegroArtist.com is a website is for African American Artists and an on-line portal for both African America Artists and African American History. The primary aim of this website is to encourage research activity on people of African descent and to provide information to the study of the African Diaspora. A historical perspective of a nation, its people, and its cultural evolution.
Excellent site with new perspectives.