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Xenobia Baileyhats. Xenobia Bailey is an American artist and designer, who have a interest for in craftsmanship since the period when she studies ethnomusicology in Washington. She was a costume designer in the renowned African-American community theater, Black Arts West, until 1974, when she went to the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. She learned to crochet under needle artist, Bernadette Sonona, and she began to create unique colorful hats inspired by African-American patterns, themes and…

Xenobia Baileyhats. Xenobia Bailey is an American artist and designer, who have a interest for in craftsmanship since the period when she studies ethnomusicology in Washington. She was a costume designer in the renowned African-American community theater, Black Arts West, until 1974, when she went to the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. She learned to crochet under needle artist, Bernadette Sonona, and she began to create unique colorful hats inspired by African-American patterns, themes and…

Kamba Beaded Apron Up until the beginning of the last century the wearing of goatskins by both men and women was widespread in rural Kenya. Over time fashions and materials evolved. What distinguished the diverse tribes was not so much the type of garment but the means of adornment, the colors chosen and the patterns employed. The Kamba were renowned for their wide and precisely patterned aprons dominated by small white beads. The use of chain and coins was widespread

Kamba Beaded Apron Up until the beginning of the last century the wearing of goatskins by both men and women was widespread in rural Kenya. Over time fashions and materials evolved. What distinguished the diverse tribes was not so much the type of garment but the means of adornment, the colors chosen and the patterns employed. The Kamba were renowned for their wide and precisely patterned aprons dominated by small white beads. The use of chain and coins was widespread

Truly, the editorials look great (except for Ke$ha up here). HOWEVER, my main "but" about this is that we don't see many women of color--any color--being part of these editorials, and I do not know if the choice to feature white models in the fashion of African, South Pacific, South American, or Middle Eastern tribal women comes more from a fear to offend rather than appropriate. Though I'd like to give the benefit of the doubt to magazine art directors and renowned photographers who come up…

Truly, the editorials look great (except for Ke$ha up here). HOWEVER, my main "but" about this is that we don't see many women of color--any color--being part of these editorials, and I do not know if the choice to feature white models in the fashion of African, South Pacific, South American, or Middle Eastern tribal women comes more from a fear to offend rather than appropriate. Though I'd like to give the benefit of the doubt to magazine art directors and renowned photographers who come up…

Join us for Worship Tomorrow at Trinity United Church of Christ 400 W. 95th Street Chicago IL 60628 Sermon Title:  The Purpose Of The Church; The Mission Of The Preacher Scripture:  Nehemiah 3:1-2 (NIV) Service Times:  7:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.   About our Cover Art: The cover art I Baptize Thee is an original piece from renowned artist William H. Johnson (1901-1970). Depicting the experience of African Americans during the 1930s and 1940s Johnson used a primitive style of painting…

Join us for Worship Tomorrow at Trinity United Church of Christ 400 W. 95th Street Chicago IL 60628 Sermon Title: The Purpose Of The Church; The Mission Of The Preacher Scripture: Nehemiah 3:1-2 (NIV) Service Times: 7:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. About our Cover Art: The cover art I Baptize Thee is an original piece from renowned artist William H. Johnson (1901-1970). Depicting the experience of African Americans during the 1930s and 1940s Johnson used a primitive style of painting…

Varnette P. Honeywood, an artist whose brilliantly colored collages, paintings and prints presented a warm, upbeat picture of black American life and whose paintings were prominently displayed in the living room of the Huxtable home on “The Cosby Show”

Varnette P. Honeywood, an artist whose brilliantly colored collages, paintings and prints presented a warm, upbeat picture of black American life and whose paintings were prominently displayed in the living room of the Huxtable home on “The Cosby Show”

Large oil on canvas by Musaa Baydi "La Danse du Feu" depicting a very colored abstract composition. Musaa Baydi is a senegalese painter renowned for participating in numerous national exhibitions. Signed and dated 1994. #Art #MusaaBaydi #LaDanseDuFeu #Colored #Abstract #Painting #African #Senegal #1994 #BellamysWorld

Large oil on canvas by Musaa Baydi "La Danse du Feu" depicting a very colored abstract composition. Musaa Baydi is a senegalese painter renowned for participating in numerous national exhibitions. Signed and dated 1994. #Art #MusaaBaydi #LaDanseDuFeu #Colored #Abstract #Painting #African #Senegal #1994 #BellamysWorld

Siiddi Quilt   Photographer: © Henry Drewal     Siddi women in Karnataka are renowned for their quilts. A Siddi quilt (kawandi) is made with the family’s discarded clothes. Very colorful and dynamic, the quilts are visually striking.

Siiddi Quilt Photographer: © Henry Drewal Siddi women in Karnataka are renowned for their quilts. A Siddi quilt (kawandi) is made with the family’s discarded clothes. Very colorful and dynamic, the quilts are visually striking.

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