Onyx Fine Arts Collective continues to fulfill its mission to provide opportunities for artists of African descent to showcase their visual fine art creativity. The number of visual artists identified now surpasses the 350 mark, we see the skill level improving from exhibit to exhibit and the number of sold artwork is increasing. This success has resulted from the hard and unrelenting work of a board of directors, volunteers and art patrons like you who understand the importance of communicating through visual art. We can continue to make progress only with your support.
Many of you, including visitors to our area, have expressed that the value brought by what we do is immeasurable. This feedback keeps us humble and the same time strengthens our resolve. Please know that we appreciate all of your support and ask that you show your support by making a donation through our donation page to help us keep the momentum going. Onyx has created a means through which artists of African descent feel encouraged to create art and share it with the public. Public reaction to our downtown Seattle Gallery Onyx has been overwhelmingly positive.
Onyx remains committed to doing our part in making the Pacific Northwest healthy and inclusively vibrant through the visual arts.
We look forward to seeing you at the February exhibit scheduled to start February, 2020. Please see the exhibit details on our website home page.
Earnest D. Thomas
Onyx Fine Arts Collective Board Members:
Ashby Reed, Vice President
Al Doggett, Treasurer
Annie P. Hudson-McKnight, Secretary
Gia Frazier Abbott
Dr. Robert Radford - Emeritus