We sat down with sisters Sharea and Janee Ayers who are giants in the Detroit community. Sharea is the chairperson and founder of the Juneteenth Jubilee Detroit Committee, and Janee is the At-Large Detroit City Councilperson. In this interview, we’ve talked about the upcoming Juneteenth Jubilee Stroll, what their experiences are being community advocates, and some of their favorite black historical figures.Read More ➡
Were excited to celebrate Small Business Saturday with you. If you're looking for one-of-a-kind black art, look no further than Jo's Gallery curated selections in store this weekend November 28, 2020. We'll be open 11am-6:30pm
One of the Best Events of the Year!!! Livernois Art on the Ave in Detroit, MI will take place Saturday, September 26, 2020 from 12 pm - 7 pm! The strolling event will have Art, Food Trucks, DITC Trunk Show and many other activities for everyone to enjoy! Social distancing will be practiced. Please wear your mask!
Join us this Saturday from 1-2 PM on Facebook Live to watch Lashun Beal discuss his new works in store! Lashun Beal is a Detroit-born, Houston-based artist with a knack for creating figurative and abstract works. He has a speciality in creating home decor with his works ranging from canvas paintings, vases, clocks, cheese and wine sets and more!
Marta is an enthusiastic and creative artist from Madrid who immigrated to the USA 10 years ago. She has a Bachelor's in Fine Arts from the Facultad de Bellas Artes, and specialized in Graphic Design and Fine Art at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain.
In Celebration of Detroit Artists During Women's History Month 2020, Garnette Archer, owner of Jo’s Gallery, is proud to highlight the art of Nzinga and Adwoa Muzea at the Gallery for this very special celebration of Women’s History in Art. Nzinga creates figurative art with chalk pastels. Adwoa Muzea uses acrylic ink and collage to create abstract compositions. . Jo’s Gallery has always featured the work of amazing women artists, so as we also celebrate being in the art business for over 30 years and on the Avenue of Fashion for 24 years, these ladies are a fabulous pair of artists to start our Women’s History Month series at Jo’s Gallery.
Mr. Spencer has curated African Art for over 40 years. He has traveled to over 15 African countries, worked with the Smithsonian Museum, Charles H. Wright Museum, and Hampton University. African Artifacts from the Rod Spencer Collection are in galleries in New York, Miami and Detroit, through Jo's Gallery, on the Historic Livernois Avenue of Fashion.
Visit Jo’s Gallery and indulge in the work of Detroit-born, Houston-based painter Lashun Beal during his annual return to Detroit! Beal offers a wide array of figurative and abstract works on canvas, vases, lamps, and much more!
Join Jo’s Gallery at the fabulous Holiday Market inside Detroit’s historic Eastern Market for the first four Sundays in December! We will be selling original works of art, framed art prints, handmade jewelry by local artists, African artifacts and lots more!.
Jo’s Gallery is the perfect place to find holiday gifts for your loved ones! We feature original art, framed prints, African masks and furniture, unique hand-made jewelry and other art merchandise!