– CURATED BY SERENGETI GALLERY – “Colorful and uplifting, figurative and abstract.” “Created with a mix of materials, including paint, fabric, wire, acrylic, paper and found objects.” “Inspired by some of his favorite artists – Sam Gilliam, Romare Bearden and Jackson Pollock.”
When you are in a small space, you may not have the luxury of positioning all of your belongings at eye-level, but you can still decorate with love and intention. Pounce on commonly overlooked areas in your house to create golden opportunities.
Pictured: Marvin Omede | Contemporary Nigerian | Acrylic on Canvas It is a new season of colorful art! Check out some of our newest acquisitions. We will be updating this page throughout the season, so you may want to bookmark it (ctrl + d).
You will get a kick out of this light program. It will move you through your morning at just the right pace. We have included time for your most loved activities. You may fancy a string of pearls, gloves and a hat, or prefer yoga pants under a long knit sweater. If you’re comfy, we’re comfy.
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If you are sure to sign-up for our mailing list, we promise to send you cool emails with information on upcoming events at the gallery. Sign up below. #SerengetiGallery #BlackArtMatters There was no experience necessary, so we had a fun mix of skill levels. We gaily sipped cocktails and visited with good friends. At the end of the night, each […]
Mother and Educator, Jimise Winston Finds Time to Create and Share Her daughter is the most beautiful shade of all—a soft cocoa brown. Mia Elizabeth’s eyes light up the room full of people as she bounces around the art gallery, stealing close-up looks at the pieces on the walls. Jimise allows her to roam freely, and […]
Brinille Eliane Ellis is a “Photo Griot”, capturing images which will communicate the subjects’ story. Ellis’ primary purpose is to “visually create an emotional and artistic connection with each viewer”. Share this Post “Well-Traveled” would be the term for a person with as many stamps in their passport as Brinille Ellis. Senegal, Haiti, Pakistan, Turkey, France and […]
Immediately after graduating from The University of Oregon, Wisson and Mary West accepted a two-year volunteer assignment with the Peace Corps in Kenya, East Africa. Seven years and several countries later, they returned to the States and resettled just outside of Washington, D.C. with their two daughters. Shortly after, Business Exchange International (B. E. I.) was established. […]
If you are looking for a beautiful design but could do without the creative process, ask us for The House option… THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL DESIGN: Select quality materials to build your frame. STRESS-FREE DESIGN: We design beautiful frames, daily. If you like what you see, apply it to your piece. FAST TURNAROUND: Pick-up your finished piece up […]
Advocating for Art, Its Creators and Its Enthusiasts. Artwork That Reflects Its Creator Feel at ease and shop conscious– Your purchase supports the artist who has created it. We are your source for inspired decor, including statuettes sculptures and carvings, and wall art, like limited editions and originals. Also see us for wearable art, like […]
Zimbabwean Sculpture Exhibition April 4, 2016 – July 6, 2016 Opening Reception Carvings made by The Shona people Featured Artists Set the mood– try playing this video while browsing! About the Reception The Opening Reception Sunday, April 3, 2016 Friends met for an afternoon of art, culture and ambiance at Serengeti Gallery, […]
Questions? Email: email@example.com Words by Patricia Matthews. Pictured, Judith Lynch “It was one of the most fascinating experiences I have ever had. I will never forget that trip! The food, logistics travel, lifestyles and the people were just amazing to me. I especially like the fact that the Maasai still embrace their culture. The children were very respectful of […]