16 Images of Black Sisterhood Through Gullah Art

There is a special bond in a Black Southern Belle friendship. It is more than just friendship, it is a sisterhood. Today we are exploring the beauty of that special relationship through art. We have curated 16A�Images of Black Sisterhood Through Gullah Art. We invite you to explore the beauty of Black Sisterhood through the lens of Gullah Art.

Gullah culture is native to islands from Jacksonville, NC to Jacksonville, Florida, with a strong prominence in the Sea Islands of South Carolin and Georgia. With prominent artists such as Jonathan Green, John Jones, Cassandra Gillens and more, we are showcasing the beauty of this artistic genre while also heralding black sisterhood.

These images are an inspiration for anyone who loves southern decor, bold art or sisterhood. Share some of your favorite images of sisterhood with the hashtag #blacksouthernbelle and be sure to tag us on Instagram.

We adore these vibrant colors and beautiful sunhats.Nothing like a marshland visit to the lowcountry.
Before the invention of an electrical dryer, the optimal way to finish your washing was through air dry on a hanger and this displays that pastime beautifully.
These ladies look exquisiite in their Sunday’s best in this classic Jonathan Green piece.
There is nothing like wearing all white on a warm southern day in the South. The only thing that makes it better is matching with your sisters.
There is something special about preparing a fresh yard bird and this image exudes that experience.
Sweetgrass baskets are a true Gullah tradition and we love how this piece portrays this distinctive practice.
We can’t get enough of the bold colors in this piece.
The day is always better when you can spend time on the front porch rocking chairs.
The mother daughter relationship is one of the earlieest forms of sisterhood and this image depicts it perfectly
We love this modernistic depiction of Gullah fashion.
This Jonathan Green piece explores the beauty of preparing the sweet grass for basket making.
Nothing like a nature filled walked with your girlfriends at any age.
This Jonthan Green piece is a perfect example of the beauty of Black Sisisterhood.
Cleaning the kitchen is a time to reflect on the day and spent time with the womein the family.
A traditional southern baptism is not complete without the beauty of the riverfront.
Picking flowers is a great way to spend the day with your girls.

Images of Black Sisterhood Through Gullah Art

Michiel Perry

Michiel is a Black Southern Belle living a lowcountry life. I love all things fashion, home decor and southern! When I am not running around doing fun stuff for Black Southern Belle, I live in antique stores and have a minor obsession with historic homes 🙂

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  1. Cynthia Johnson
    April 11, 2018 / 10:51 am

    Love the artwork! Great job. Thanks for sharing. How cam we purchase it?

  2. March 4, 2019 / 2:45 am

    When I saw the paintings , I thought immediately of Jonathan Greene! I had a calendar that featured his paintings. I loved them so much that I had them framed. Thanks for bringing this jewel up for shining.

  3. Madeleine Reynolds
    June 10, 2019 / 7:37 pm

    The colors are so vibrant and the scenes draw you in

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