African Art Gallery

Featuring Black Artists From Around The World

Black Art Is African Art


Umba Daima is an online art gallery & agency helping high potential Black artists find success in the lucrative U.S. art market. We focus on building a global Black community, so in addition to the U.S. our artists are from countries like Ghana, Kenya, Jamaica, and Colombia. Their needs vary from access to events to access to computers or marketing tools. 

Inequalities exist in the art world such that talent does not always equal success. Unfortunately factors like race, class, nationality, and gender play a role in artist success and changing this requires very intentional effort. 

We are leading the effort to bring equity to the global art industry.

Umba Daima offers the following To Our Shoppers:

♡ Consulting & Shopping we will help you find artwork through our global network of artists, and help you through purchase, shipping, and framing.

♡ Prints and original paintings from Umba Daima artists comes with free international shipping.

♡ Licensing of Artwork from Umba Daima artists for use on production sets, apparel, and more.

♡ Custom art work and portraits. Send us the project details and we’ll match you with an artist.

Umba Daima offers the following To Our Artists:

♡ Payment collection that is reliable and hassle free without banking issues or account shutdowns

♡ Digital portfolio and resume covering your work experience, accomplishments, and upcoming projects

♡ Promotions through events, exhibits, social media posts, and other opportunities

♡Crypto Art support and promotion


A “diaspora” is a scattered population whose origin lies in a separate geographic locale. People of the African diaspora, Black people, face discrimination and oppression in many regions of the world while the continent of Africa continues to battle the consequences of colonialism and global white supremacy. We believe that African art is crucial to challenging harmful stereotypes about the African diaspora and building empathy and compassion for the continent of Africa.

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