Our most memorable project was the building of MOTHERLAND BRIDGE GALLERY, in Fort Lauderdale. It began as a small space (500 sq. ft.) at 508 N.E. 1st Avenue, where it was located for one year. In January 2002, the gallery moved to a larger space (1400 sq. ft.) at 501 N.E. 1st Avenue, on the corner of Sistrunk Blvd. (6th Street) and N.E. 1st Avenue, just east of the railroad track leading into the Sistrunk Corridor. Many renowned visitors graced the gallery, including Omian Onina, Christine Johnson (pictured below), Norman Parrish, Houston Baker, Harold Dodson, Dr. Carole Boyce-Davies, Babacar M'Bow, Jon Lucien, Cynthia Saunders. The art exhibitions included the works of McArthur Freeman, Charles Mills, Anthony Evans, W. Andre Allen; framed batiks from The Gambia and South Africa; and Shona sculpture from Zimbabwe and South Africa. This gallery closed in June 2003. Pieces are available upon request.

Charles Mills  
           Charles Mills                              MacArthur Freeman                   Batiks                          W. Andre Allen                        Anthony Henry

           Rastaman                                                        Shona Girl                                                Women at the Baobab Tree
Verdite Stone $4000                                    Verdite Stone $4500                                                Framed Batik $1200