The Home Collection was inspired by the love and passion that my daughter and I have for the arts.
We are a mother-daughter duo, who have a strong desire to support the arts and up and coming artists.
We also dedicate a monthly blog to brilliant African-American artists who left an extraordinary legacy.
February 05 2021
During the 1930s and 1940s, Lois Jones was one of the most iconic artists of the time and became widely known while she was living in Paris, France. Lois was an influential artist, designer, and educator during her long career. Having been influenced by the Harlem Renaissance movement and her many overseas travels, her art showcases the colorful and beautiful...Keep reading
November 27 2020
Artist, sculptor, activist, and teacher. These are only some of Augusta Savage’s many titles. In association with the Harlem Renaissance, she worked tirelessly for equal rights for all African-Americans, especially women, in the arts. This woman is a true inspiration for all aspiring artists. Who was this amazing woman? What can we learn from her struggles, not only as an...Keep reading
October 31 2020
(Photo Courtesy of Open Edition Books) Sister Gertrude Morgan was an incredibly faithful, kind, and interesting woman who had a great love for God. Her story is a unique one, in which she inspired many through her art. She believed that her art was inspired by God, and therefore created the most unique pieces. Her work was inspired by...Keep reading