10 Tips For Collecting Art On A Shoestring Budget from Black Art In America's 25 most active collectors June 11 2019Knowing the why you’re collecting will help determine your best course of action, as well as the budget you’ll need moving forward
Black And Basel 2018 - #DoYOUBasel? December 11 2018
More than any other year, 2018 was the year that Art Basel Miami Beach and it’s constellation of satellite art fairs celebrated black and brown artists like never before.
Making Our Way ... April 28 2015
Every man, woman, child and even the smallest of creatures faces the reality of making their own way -- taking responsibility for reaching their destination or goal. In the ultimate sense, this is one's load in life -- owning your own vision and putting in the required time and energy to put that vision on the line to be judged by others. To live is to choose to live -- and to make your own way successfully, is to choose wisely.
Najee Dorsey's Making My Way makes you identify with the characters in this digital collage. The main character in this piece is traveling down a road as onlookers watch, perhaps to see what will become of him. Along this road there are things to experience and adventures to be had -- some good, some bad, everyday occurrences and miscellaneous bright spots and landmarks like the parachuted craft and the shot gun shack in Dorsey's collage. The main character looks a bit sad but is resigned toward moving on down the road. The sky shows a magnified setting of color from the sun in purple, pointing toward an ultimate end.
We are all walking down the road. Some of us decide to take control of our lives and realize that each step we make is born from a decision that will effect our ending and hopefully lead us to change, transformation or some grand discovery at the end of this road. But what becomes clearer each day is that there is the need to connect with the source of power to 'make our way'.