Internationally Acclaimed Artist

Paul Goodnight

Paul Goodnight was born in Chicago on December 31, 1946. After high school, Goodnight served 2 years in Vietnam. The experience changed him. He was unable to speak upon returning because of the horrors he witnessed there.

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Contemporary Abstract Artist

Marcel Stewart

Marcel Stewart is a young & vibrant abstract artist from Detroit, MI. Stewart has a creative technique to depict his own theories of depth and color. His search for expression leads to many color combinations, patterns & movements in his work.

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Figurative Surrealist Artist

Rosemary Summers

Rose Summers from Detroit, MI is a self-taught artist who has taken classes at Michigan State University, Eastern Michigan University & Oakland University. She has created murals, taught classes and managed camps for inner-city youth.

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Ian Grant (Gallerist)

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Umoja Fine Art; A Luxurious Transformation For Your Home!

Umoja offers a luxurious experience with original paintings, bronze sculptures, serigraphs, giclees, lithographs, and figurines. Art images range in price from $45 to $1,500 and original art may range in price from $1,000 -$75,000.  


Everyone at the gallery is a pleasure to work with, very knowledgeable of the artists’ works and provides exceptional customer service, including custom framing, delivery and hanging the artwork in your home.  I highly recommend them. 

PJ Wood

This is a hidden gem in Southfield, MI. They have amazing art and hold live art shows where we can meet international acclaimed artists. Take time out to visit Umoja Fine Arts Gallery, you’ll be glad you did!

Cheryl G.

Ian Grant and the Umoja family are true connoisseurs of fine art and the rich history of African American artists. Through my interaction with Ian and several of his showcased artists, I have learned about historical figures and moments I had never heard of as well as how to examine the authenticity of art and the meaning behind some of the various styles of art.

Harold L.

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What "Umoja" Means

Umoja Fine Arts has a solid history and is committed to survival through relentless excellence and high standards. Umoja means "unity" and feels cultural awareness is a big part of self-esteem.

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