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True African Art

By hfasteam
In FEATURED ARTISTS
Jan 20th, 2014
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This information has been provided by True African Art.  You can learn more about this gallery on their website.

Who We Are
True African Art .com is the premier online African art gallery store that focuses on original, hand-painted, one of a kind, African paintings by over 60 African artists.

My name is Gathinja Yamokoski. I own and founded True African Art. I was born and raised in Kenya, East Africa and have lived in Westchester County, New York since 2002.

Where do your paintings come from?
I own most of our pieces, bought mostly direct from the artists in Africa. Many pieces come from Kenya, but also included are Tanzania, Ethiopia, Ghana, Cameroon, Nigeria, Senegal the Congo & South Africa

Our Mission Statement:
To provide an extensive collection of qualitative, original, African art paintings for sale. We combine this with a a class of customer service behind it that you expect and deserve. We are “Loyal to Artists…Loyal to You.”

Us, Our Artists and You
When you purchase a painting from True African Art .com, the artists get repeat business from us that support their lifestyles and families. And you end up owning a great piece of African art that will last a lifetime!

Success:
Since opening in 2009, we have had over 1500 paintings in stock, having sold most of them. We have shipped to over 30 countries all over the world & have a Facebook Fan Base of over 50,000 members. True African Art has been featured in a variety of media articles surrounding the suburbs of New York City, London, and East Africa. Its aim is to continue supporting its artists and to gain a more viable quality of African paintings to sell.

In Conclusion:
The people of Africa have a fascinating and exquisite culture that is somewhat secluded from even the best of our wondering eyes. May the expressions of the artists here bring you a little closer to the shroud, beauty, and intimate, welcoming message that is Africa.

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