SHOWCASING FINE ART BY VISUAL ARTISTS OF AFRICAN DESCENT
Onyx Fine Arts Collective is a voluntary, non-profit organization, based in Seattle, whose mission is to educate, inspire, cultivate, and showcase the artwork of artists of African descent from our Pacific Northwest communities.
GALLERY ONYX AT MIDTOWN SQUARE
The 3200-square-foot location is designed as a shared space for ARTE NOIR and Onyx Fine Arts Gallery. The Black-led Onyx Collective is the only gallery in Seattle that exclusively showcases Black visual artists. The space anchors Onyx’s connection to the Black community and increases opportunities to showcase and sell the work of over 400 artists on their roster.
Aba Diallo, Adika Bell, Al Doggett, Anena Metoyer, Anita Coby, Ashby Reed, Bonnie Hopper, Brenda Ezell, Bryon Stewart, Carletta Carrington Wilson, Chelsea Tornga, Christie Ray, Clifford Crawford, Damon Bown, Danny Shedwin, David Borges de Menezes, Earl Ashford Jr., Earline Alston, Earnest Thomas, Eddie Reed, Esther Ervin, Hasaan Kirkland, Jackie Nichols, James Wilson, Jasmine Brown, Jay Taylor, Jay Thompson, Jerry & Kristen Quenton, Jim Coley, Jimmy Butts, Johnny (JR) Harris, Jonarra Swanson, Joshua Nucci, Julius Brandon, Katherine Williams, Kay Tarapolsi, Keoke Silvano, Kyle Melendez-Daigre, Lateefha Kennedy, Latoya Ralliford, Lauren (Lo Mar) Metoyer, LueRachelle Brim-Atkins, Malcom Williams, Mark Wilson, Marzil Davis, Maya Milton, Megan Patterson, Meron Lekarias, Michael Madden, Michelle Moore, Myron Curry, Nia Kent, Nova (youth, 13) Thomas, Osa Elaiho, Pamela Beatty, Perri Rhoden, Rita Howard, Robert Horton, Robert Radford, Rodney King, Shayla Harris, Sheri Stephens, Sherri Aytche, Shurvon Haynes, Taye Edwards, Tracy Poindexter-Canton, Troy Miles, Tsesaye Afewerki, TyResha Jones-Smith, Valencia Carroll, Valerie Washington, Vincent Keele, Vonnie Gaither, Yadesa Bojia.
Paradise Lost by Bonnie Hopper
A portfolio of work showcasing Pacific Northwest artists of African descent, recently portrayed in the second publication by Onyx Fine Arts Collective, TRUTH B TOLD II, is finally here!
Gallery Onyx has invited many of the artists that helped us create an amazing “stamp in time” of the many talented, experienced, and emerging artists in our communities. The artists in the exhibit will represent painters, sculptors, ceramicists, photographers, and digital designers, emerging and experienced.
Join us for this celebration of the visual arts at our second Seattle gallery location, Gallery Onyx Midtown Square, housed in the Central District at the new ARTE NOIR space at 23rd and Union.
THANK YOU to our Board, Volunteers, Patrons, and Supporters for their help in seeing our non-profit mission into a sustainable mission.