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The Tom Joyner Foundation believes art and its many forms of expressions is a strong platform to promote Historically Black Colleges and Universities and their hidden treasures.
We encourage you to frequently visit this space to learn more about our partner artists so that you may start or expand your collection through the special limited editions that will be featured on this site.
The proceeds from these offerings will support the Tom Joyner Foundation programs.
Here are links to our featured artists:
Art for Sale – Limited Time Only Specials
Limited Edition print
24” X 31” (image 19.75” X 24”)
This print was developed exclusively by Leroy Campbell for the Fantastic Voyage 2005, the signature event of the Tom Joyner Foundation. It depicts the annual cruise destination beach water gun battle between light-skinned and dark-skinned party goers. These pieces are signed and numbered by the artist.
Power to the Future
22.5” X 30” (image size: 20”X26”)
This original art work was painted by the famed artist, Frank Frazier, and given to the Tom Joyner Foundation. The work depicts several of the HBCUs supported by the Tom Joyner Foundation and the principals and programs upon which the Foundation stands.
17″ x 31″ (image size: 14 1/2″ x 29″)
As seen on The Cosby Show, as the main artwork in the Huxtable family hallway, this Varnette Honeywood art piece depicts beautiful, illustrious shades of different African women. This piece is signed by the artist.
33” X 21.5”
An elegant piece developed by Annie Lee, this glamorous piece is reminiscent of a long-gone era recreated on our annual event, The Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage. Its figures represent the diverse and stylish cruise travelers as they enjoy an evening of dining and dance above a luxurious liner.
The special golden touches added to this gicleé provide a marvelous effect when framed, mounted and lit.