Tampa, FL – June 10, 2023. Diaspora Fine Art Gallery aims to recognize the significance of Juneteenth in African-American history and highlight the achievements and cultural contributions of the African-American community.
Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, represents a pivotal moment in American history, symbolizing freedom and liberation for African-Americans. The artworks of the Diaspora Fine Art Gallery will serve as a platform for artists to explore themes on a personal and emotional level. Carefully curated to highlight African-Americans’ diverse culture, experiences, and artistic expressions.
“Diaspora Fine Art Gallery is dedicated to showcasing the talent and creativity of African American artists and sharing their stories,” said Anthony Yeoman, Founder of Diaspora Fine Art. “We believe it is essential to recognize and honor the immense contributions of the African American community, not only during Juneteenth but every day.”
The gallery invites art enthusiasts, collectors, and the general public to visit the e-commerce website diasporafineart.com to immerse themselves and better understand the art of its Artists created by African-American descent. The collection is available for viewing and purchase at Diaspora Fine Art’s website. The visitors are encouraged to use the AR Live and Wall preview features when they click the “Shop Now” button.
A Facebook Live Event will happen on June 27th as the owner, Anthony Yeoman, and Artist based in Tampa, Florida, Noland Anderson will discuss his process and what he is working on and tease an upcoming exhibition here in Tampa. We’re offering behind the scenes of the work that will be displayed in September.
About Diaspora Fine Art: Diaspora Fine Art was born to expose others to the beauty and diversity of Black and African art. Founded by Anthony and Chrystal Yeoman to take the great works of emerging and veteran artists and make them accessible so everyone can experience the awe and pride they felt when they brought their first piece of art collection into their home. They started this gallery by creating something that added value; to the artists, the area where the artist is from, and the aspiring or seasoned collector. With that in mind, each sale directly impacts the artists through their profit-sharing program.