Holiday Shopping List. 12 Black Artists Whose Work Would Make The Perfect Gift.

Black Women Artists, African American Women Artists

With only 10 shopping days until Christmas, why not give the gift of art? Please check out this amazing list of artists from all over the United States, as well as some from Europe.

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Nyanza D.

Monchi is an ongoing series of pop art images of women of color by London based artist Nyanza D. Nyanza’s Etsy shop features a great selection of posters and cards from $8.63.

Girl with pastel green hair and lollipop pop art poster print

Michelle Robinson


Michelle Robinson is a self-taught artist of African and Korean descent who lives and works in Los Angeles, California. A lot of her work centers around beauty, identity, sexuality and humanity through a bold use of color and pattern. Her prints are available to purchase on her website, starting at $45.00.

Manzell Bowman


Manzel Bowman is a New York-based artist who creates multifaceted works in a variety of mediums. Shop some of his works at Print All Over Me.

Faces of Nubia

Faces of Nubia is a South Carolina-based shop that offers original handmade jewelry and artwork. These beautiful wood burning pieces are mixed media works that incorporate wood, glass, African fabrics, paint, and stones.

Afro Queen (woodburning)

Rachel Stewart


You might be familiar with Rachel Stewart from her unique jewelry creations, and the beautiful photography and art she creates to promote her works. In addition to designing jewelry, Stewart is also a really visual talented artist and photographer. Homewares, totes, mugs, and original art prints by Rachel Stewart are now available at Society6.

Kashmir Thompson


Kashmir Thompson is a 25-year-old artist from Cleveland, Ohio, who lives and works in Georgia. Her online shop kashmirviii features homewares and prints featuring her original drawing and paintings of iconic 90’s figures, Civil Rights Icons, and other notable black talents

Andrea Pippins


Andrea Pippins is a graphic designer, artist, writer and creative director. You can shop her work on ETSY or purchase her amazing coloring book celebrating natural hair on AMAZON.

Coily and Cute.

Coily and Cute is the creation of Sharee Kendall Miller, a Brooklyn based illustrator. Miller’s blog and online store feature her original illustrations which celebrate natural hair. Shop Coily and Cute on Society6.


Sharon Harkness-Dobler


Sharon Harkness-Dobler is an artist, fashion designer and milliner, based in Germany. She offers original hand-made illustrations, stationery, and totes featuring beautiful women of color at her Etsy Shop.

Mirlande Jean-Gilles


Mirlande Jean-Gilles is a self-taught artist who lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland. Her culture and her experiences in Haiti serve as a major influence for her artwork, vibrant, mystical, and whimsical scenes of the diaspora. Shop HERE.

Tabitha Brown

Tabitha Brown is an artist and illustrator based in Illinois. Her work is incorporates nature, popular culture and fashion. Each piece features a mix of textures and bold colors. Prints of her work are available on Etsy, starting at $15.00.


Alesia Fisher


“Alesia Fisher is an artist currently living in Brooklyn, NY. Delving in both Sculpture and Graphic Design she straddles the line between two dimensional and three dimensional art. She is the Head Designer at TURN Gallery in Manhattan.” Shop HERE.