Place a bid today and this stunning statement painting titled 'Moody Queens' could be on your wall by Christmas. Artist: Charles Tuyisenge Medium: Acrylic on canvas with fabric and buttons Size: 100cm x 139cm A percentage of the sales proceeds will go to a charity supporting good causes for women in Africa and Victims of Hurricane
JonaQuestArt presents A celebration of African Queens. An exhibition which coincides with black history month, invites you to celebrate the women in your everyday lives, women that have influenced you; be they queens, warriors, advocates, mothers, sisters, daughters, friends, wives and lovers.
Quintessence Finding influences in Haitian Art, is a group exhibition leading you on a quest of the plurality of Haitian Art. What might be its influence? Its inspiration? Its roots? Its provenance? Come and explore this unique collection and you might find the answers at JonaQuestArt Gallery 36 Greenwich Church Street. London. PREVIEW EVENING -
JonaQuestArt is pleased to announce its first photography exhibition, featuring the works of Leslie Genda (Sierra Leone) and Mata Nataal (Senegal). The exhibition seeks to contribute to a different dialogue, by refocusing the attention on life in rural Africa from a celebratory perspective, through graphically stunning and psychologically engaging images. This has been portrayed
It was a great evening at the unveiling event of our African Parallels Exhibition. Thank you all for coming and your continuous support. The collection of works by Senegalese and Nigerian/Austrian artists, can still be viewed as part of our rotating collection of works in the gallery. Here are some great shots from the
Experience African Parallels Art Exhibition Join us at the unveiling of a large collection of unique, vibrant & colourful abstract artwork from new & emerging contemporary artists. The exhibition will include abstract artworks, infused with mixed media, paralleled with stunning illustrative painting style from Nigerian/Austrian and Senegalese Artists. PREVIEW EVENING Thurs. 28th July 2016