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Valued Customer,



I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for expressing an interest in the Positive Black Images fine art collection. Your interest in Positive Black Images means a lot to us. At Positive Black Images, our intent is to effectuate positive change within and outside of our communities. Our objective is to provoke thought through pictures. As so many people have said, “One picture can say a thousand words”. At Positive Black Images we believe art can be more than just a collection of beautiful paintings; it can be used to convey positive images that give rise to motivation and hope in “all” people.


Positive Black Images takes pride in offering you the finest in African-American art. We are particularly proud to offer you a collection that is representative of our culture past, present, and future. Always directing our thrust is the profound belief that art is not simply a financial investment but it is a cultural investment. When used properly, it can serve as a “teaching tool” for today’s youth and tomorrow’s leaders. We have focused on, but not limited ourselves to some of the following subject matter: a) Family Life, b) Religious Themes, c) Music and Rhythm, d) Educational Pursuits, e) Buffalo Soldiers, f) Black Voices and much more.


Our collection of fine art and gift accessories includes open and limited edition prints, full

color and black and white reproductions, ceramic mugs and mouse pads, a full line of exciting Christmas, All Occasion and Humorous greeting cards, and accessories.

In addition to the products mentioned above, please check out our "You Have To See It, To Be It" blog. This blog is intended to provoke thought and help effectuate positive change. 


You deserve the best, and we are absolutely committed to giving you our best. We look forward to working with you!                                                                                                         



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Dexter R. Merritt Sr.                                                                                                                                                

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