NJUGUNA STUDIO SALE! Work by Kenya’s Bernard Ndichu Njuguna is among our most popular. To celebrate our 14th Gallery Stroll, his beautiful, soulful work celebrating the majestic Maasai people is being offered at special prices throughout October.
Longtime gallery favorite, Charles Nkomo from Zimbabwe, is currently exhibiting some of his most recent paintings, many inspired by past visits to the Saugatuck-Douglas area. Nkomo has achieved international stature as an artist and his paintings are presently hanging in many corporate offices and private residences worldwide, as far afield as Europe and the USA. [...]
Check out our treasure trove of teak home furnishings and accessories from Bali that recently made their way to our Gallery. Ask for a special "Bali Basement Tour" if you don't see what you want on the floor. Open Daily 10 - 5 p.m. thru September.
OPENING RECEPTION will be on August 6th between 4-7pm. All are welcome. Join us in August for a wonderful celebration of the arts and crafts of Mozambique including new Mozambican inspired paintings and photographs by Lucia Earle. Lucia Earle originally from South Africa has traveled through out Africa including Mozambique, now living in South West [...]
Our newest Shona sculptures from Zimbabwe have finally arrived! Here are a few pictures to give you an idea of the beauty and diversity of these stone sculptures. Stop by our gallery any day of the week, open 10-7pm, later on weekend nights.
Amazwi is excited to be sponsoring artist and SAIC and Ox-Bow instructor Claire Ashley's "Creativity Revealed" session at the Saugatuck Center for the Arts later this month. To promote it, Claire just installed one of her beautiful, distinctive and sizable inflatable pieces on the roof of our gallery. Called "Fankled Zed," it's sure to make [...]
Saturday July 2nd begins our second exhibition this summer with exciting new works by contemporary Zimbabwean Artists: Baron Kambarami, Charles Nkomo, Chenjerai Kadzinga. All three artist studied at the prestigious National Gallery of Zimbabwe. Each have their unique style. Kadzinga for his broad brush strokes and impressionistic style of everyday scenes in Zimbabwe, Nkomo with his amazing color palette and thought [...]