African art, the visual arts of native Africa, particularly sub-Saharan Africa, including such media as sculpture, painting, drawings, pottery, rock art, textiles, masks, personal decoration, and jewellery.

It is difficult to give a useful summary of the main characteristics of the art of sub-Saharan Africa. The variety of forms and practices is so great that the attempt to do so results in a series of statements that turn out to be just as true of, for example, Western art. Thus, some African art has value as entertainment; some has political or ideological significance; some is instrumental in a ritual context; and some has aesthetic value in itself. More often than not, a work of African art combines several or all of these elements. Similarly, there are full-time and part-time artists; there are artists who figure in the political establishment and those who are ostracized and despised; and some art forms can be made by anyone, while others demand the devotion of an expert.

A lot of African Art has been influenced by its abundant wildlife and the exposure of many Africans to it closely, from a very young age.

KJ’s would like to market and sell some of these artist’s work online and as with all other products a percentage of the selling price will be donated to a wildlife charity of our choice. 

Liberty Shuro is one such artist that we have made an agreement with. Click on the link to read more about Liberty Shuro and see some of his work.

To see more about the artist's click on  the names.

Take Note:

the artist will from time to time make some of his work available and we will distribute to potential buyers.

orders can be packaged and sent all over the world

once you have placed an order you will be invoiced for 60% of total and outstanding on receipt of order

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