Atlanta's Leading Resource For Contemporary African Art
We Do Not Appraise Items
Art Show / Fundraiser
Repair Damaged Wooden Masks and Artifacts
Repair and Polish Shona Sculptures
Custom Mask Stands and Displays
Custom Pedestals for Sculptures
Prop Rentals for Movie, Television, Theater and Photo Shoots
Art Show / Fundraiser How it Works: 1. You invite your guests to your home for a Private Art Show featuring African items from our gallery. 2. We provide light refreshments for you and your invited guests. 3. Your guests purchase items from us during the Art Show. 4. We give you or if it's a fundraiser, your organization 20% of the sales from that Art Show.
It's a Win-Win for Everyone: 1. Your invited guests get to buy great African art. 2. You raise money for yourself or your organization at a minimal effort on your part. 3. We get new customers and increased sales.
You provide the people and we provide everything else. It just can't get any simpler than that.
Call us to schedule your Art Show or for more information. 404-876-8200.
Repairs We repair damaged wooden artifacts as well as repair and polish Shona sculptures. Check out our before and after photos.
Custom Mask Stands We can have a custom metal stand made for your mask or artifact. We will soon be offering pre-made stands that should fit most mask types with some adjustment. Buy now...
Custom Pedestals We can have custom pedestals made for sculptures and other objects. The pedestals come with a beveled top edge and can be painted either black or white. Buy now...
Prop Rentals We rent most of our merchandise and allow production companies to use them in movies, television shows, plays and photo shoots.
Rapper T.I. Photo Shoot, 2012, Painting by Naplah E. Naplah was used in the background.
Movie: Steel Magnolias, 2012, Shona Sculptures by Abraham Bero along with other items from our gallery were used as part of the set.
Movie: Tyler Perry's Good Deeds, 2011, Painting, "Single Working Girl" by Nuwa Wamala Nnyanzi along with other artwork from our gallery were used as part of the set.
T.V. Show: Neccessary Roughness, 2011, Painting, "Where's The Bride" by Nuwa Wamala Nnyanzi along with artifacts from our gallery were used as part of the set.
Movie: Big Momma's House 3, 2010, Black and White Paintings by Nuwa Wamala Nnyanzi were used as part of the set.
T.V. Show: Valor, 2017, Several Paintings by various artists were used as part of the set.