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Ever wonder why art costs so much?

How valuable are the art pieces and posters you already own?

Did you know that in New York, one of the hottest investments in this uncertain market is...Fine Art?

Join us at Sanaa Gallery where some of the finer points of collecting art will be discussed If you are interested in building a solid wealth portfolio, possible tax advantages, and sustaining a creative community here in Jackson, all while making you life and home a work of art, I'd love for you to join us. Refreshments will be provided.

Tuesday, December 16, 2008


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Mark your calendar for one of the most exciting shows to ever hit the Jackson area. Come and experience an eclectic display of cutting-edge art in our New Traditions exhibit. This show will put a well deserved spotlight on two very accomplished Jackson artists:

Professor Johnnie Mae Gilbert, Chair of the Tougaloo Art Department is most renowned for her visual contribution to the national "Slavery In America" educational project. However, her newest mixed media abstract work represents a bold and exciting new artistic direction and it will be on exhibit at our gallery.

2007 Ford Fellow Gwendolyn Magee has exhibited her quilts in Namibia (Africa), the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institute and the Mississippi Museum of Art, and now her beautiful masterworks will grace our gallery.

Please join us for an evening of great art from these and many other fine artists that you won't soon forget.

Opening Reception
Thursday, OCTOBER 30, 2008




TIFHAP, INC. is happy to announce the culminating art exhibition for the students of RahLeeCoh's Summer Art Academy at the Sanaa Gallery (2906 N. State St./ Fondren Corner Building) Thursday, July 31, 2008 at 7:00 p.m.

The exhibit contains the newly developed style of art creation invented by RahLeeCoh and his students, which they call "NDEBEL-AFFITI". This colorful abstract art form was derived from a marriage between the geometric based house painting stylizations that were created by the women on Namibia, South Africa--Ndebele, and graffiti--the expressive public art form created by taggers(rebellious underground urban artists). These two art forms are also combined together with an uplifting healing message which all comes together ti create the innovative new "NDEBEL-AFFITI".

Eleven students between the ages of 10-19 , plus four adults will display fine works of art that demonstrate cultural connectivity and artistic creativity that is extraordinary. These students have created a body of pen, ink, and paint brush style marker creations that will leave the viewer intellectually stimulated and artistically satiated.