I’ve put together this guide of available artworks and how you can purchase them according to your aesthetic needs and budget. I have also made some updates to my Website, so head over there for a more in depth look into my practice and my different projects.

My Plateaus series which is inspired by the sufi Islamic concept that every moment is a divine creation, as such we are empowered to always elevate and create the good we desire in the world – with and in spite of our histories. The subtitle of each work in this series is named after a line in the salat Ul Fathi which is part of my daily dhikr and meditation. Plateau #1: Present in Your Presence and Plateau #2: The Eternal Now are available through Dimin Gallery in NY.

Nsenga Knight, Plateau #2: The Eternal Now, 2019, Archival Pigment Print on Hahnemule paper facemounted to none-glare Plexiglass and back-mounted to dibond with aluminum brace and cleat on back, 32 x 40 in.

My newest series of available artworks is entitled Fitra.

Nsenga Knight, Fitra: Amber (Sajda), 2022, 6 x 6 in, Watercolor on Archival Clay Board.

Inspired by the Book of Sufi Healing, for the Fitra painting series I reference a story about how humanity came to learn about the healing properties of plants as each one revealed its special properties to the King Prophet Solomon who later passed down this knowledge for generations to come. Amber is one of the ten healing plants discussed in the Book of Sufi Healing. Amber is known for its ability to heal our hearts – spiritual and physical. Amaliah recently published an article about my Fitra series and you can read more about it in detail here. 

You are already familiar with my As the Veil Turns photo series about Black women who converted to Islam prior to 1975 and with my Tawaf/ Sa’y  painting series which is inspired by Malcolm X’s pilgrimage to Mecca, Ali Shariati’s Hajj memoir and the courageous struggle of Hajjar – the Black woman who opened up the Zam Zam well bi ithniAllah and brought civilization to the barren deserts of Mecca. 

Nsenga Knight, Tawaf/ Sa’y: Butterfly and Eagle, 22.5 x 22.5″, Oilstick, Olive Oil and Gesso on Vegetable Parchment Paper.
Nsenga Knight, As the Veil Turns: Ashura, 2007, Black and White Photography, 30 x 20 inches

▶ Here’s a complete catalog of available Nsenga Knight original artwork and signed limited edition prints. All of these artworks are framed and ready to hang. As the name suggests, for limited edition prints, only a limited number of prints will be made available for purchase. For example, if you see a limited run of 50 prints, once those 50 prints have sold, that limited edition will no longer be available to purchase. The exclusive nature of a limited edition print effectively raises its value and, therefore, its price. My limited edition prints are individually signed and hand-numbered. Please note that the previously mentioned Plateaus photos are available exclusively at Dimin Gallery.

Nsenga Knight, Last Rite, 14.5 x 20 in, Archival Pigment Print

▶ Here’s a catalog of Nsenga Knight Fine Art Open Edition prints which are available via Saatchi. Unlike limited edition prints, open edition prints are unsigned and may be endlessly reproduced by the artist. Because there’s no limit to the number of prints that can be made, an open edition print is priced lower than a limited edition print. My open edition prints are available framed or unframed in Photo Paper, Fine Art Paper, and Canvas. Sizes range from 8×12 to 32 x 48 inches. 

▶ Here is the “about” page on my website that helps give some more insight about overarching themes and inspiration for my artwork, my background, recent exhibitions, awards, honors and projects.

I’d be honored for you to bring my artwork into your home or work space. So, if you’re interested in any of the artwork I’ve shared with you, use the “inquiry” button on my site for next steps on how to make a purchase (or get on a waitlist for select artworks). 

As always, feel free to share my artwork with your family, friends, and community of art lovers especially.

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