Welcome to our virtual art gallery, we specialize in the art of the Gullah people of coastal South Carolina as visually portrayed by internationally recognized masters and innovative select group of emerging artists.
We are a resource center to learn more about the Gullah Culture through Gullah Art, Gullah Books, Gullah Crafts, Gullah Storytelling, Gullah Spirituals, Gullah Tours and Gullah Food.
“I decided to explore my creativity in art. My perception of my Culture is expressed through my work. I tell stories of love, pain, family and spirituality. My work is like music. I feel the vibrations of the melody and relate its words to events that either happened or are happening in my life. My art is vibrations of my thought perception on canvas.”
Woodcuts strives to change the course of economic development on Jefferson Street. Twenty-nine years ago, we opened our doors with hopes of becoming not only a viable business, but a place where we could offer top notch fine art and quality framing services. That hope has become a reality.
The Black Art Depot was founded in 2004 in Atlanta, GA by Kani Saburi Ayubu. Our goal is to be the top supplier of African-American art, gifts and collectibles worldwide. We believe that art can be used as a tool to turn houses into homes, to motivate and inspire lost souls, and to bring happiness into the hearts of others.
Watson Mere, an artist of Haitian descent with no formal training in art, has been creating art since he was a young child. Until age four, Watson experienced a delay in his speech and could not verbally communicate. His teachers introduced him to art in order to help him fully express himself. This was his beginning.
It is through my paintings that I tell the story of a people that are strong in values, culture and spirituality. It is through my paintings that I tell the story of a time that was simple but beautiful.