Abstract Portrait Painting, Black Art, African Art Art Prints, Canvas Art, Wall Art
"Sun, Shine For Me" Written by Salkis Re . The blacker the berry the sweeter the juice is what I've heard them say. Wondering if I've got no sugar because my skin is pale. / Walking this earth a bit confused about what I need to be. Not black enough to come home, but and not white enough to leave. / So I guess I'll hold this flower so that maybe they'll start to see that I am like its pedals awaiting the sun to shine on me.. . "Mistress of Words" ~Salkis Re Painting by Salkis Re…
Life of a Black Woman
Abstract African Art to adorn your home. The meaning of this painting symbolizes self reflection and the ability to accept yourself even through social biases and the propagation of low worth for black women in our society.
How to Get What You Want?
Let me tell you something about desires.. They keep you ALIVE. They keep you striving to improve yourself. They make you spring out of bed in the morning ready to conquer the day. Desires keep you sane and balanced. Why? Because desire is really all that life truly means.. To work is your purpose. And Why do you work? To GET THE THINGS YOU WANT and NEED. THAT'S IT!
He Don't Love You!
No one will respect you more than you respect yourself. And respect is when someone sees the value in you that you present to them. If you want your interactions to change, to be fruitful, your attitude about your own self worth must change. We don't like to hear that it's our fault for the way people treat us but it is..
"A Mother's Love"
The closest thing to unconditional love you will ever know is that of a mother's love.. The reason why love is so hard for us is because we have expectations. When you were a baby, you didn't have to BE anything to receive love. Your parents did not expect reciprocity from you. They loved you without a thank you. And now, you are a grown up required to produce something for another person in order to feel that safety and care you enjoyed as a child...
Be All That You Can Be!
I meet so many great women who hide who they are. They sit on all their skills, afraid to be judged, so they do nothing but quietly contemplate what "could be". I don't believe in all that!... I believe that a woman should put herself on the line, expose herself for the world to see. If you sing, THEN SING. If you heal, THEN HEAL. If you create, THEN CREATE.