Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is the world's first elected black female president, and Africa's first elected female head of state. She was presented a beautiful original by Sabreee called, "Driven." The picture represents the connection between the ancestors of the Gullah people traveling across the waters to the territories of the Gullah people today. The long trees are the rubber trees used to make the tires. It was fitting for Sabreee to paint a little girl swinging on one. In addition, Liberia was one of 600 to 700 different tribes and countries who make up the Gullah culture. This is truly an honor for Sabreee!
She was the first mom in the sitcom show, "Fresh Prince." Janet owns one of Sabreee's prints- "Hat Appeal." Mrs. Hubert was in St. Louis for the signing of her new book-"Perfection is not a Sitcom Mom."
Pam Grier "aka" Foxy Brown
Owner of a one of Sabreee's prints - "The Welcome River." Ms. Grier is autographing her book-"My Life in Three Acts."
US Representative Mr. Congressman Melvin Watt
Owner of two of Sabreee's original art - "Inspiration" and "Catch Me in the Morning." Holding in hand is the piece entitled, "Inspiration." Mr. Congressman Watt is also an endorser of Sabreee's art.
Jon Cooper is the owner of the original of "Gathering Precious Waves." Mr. Cooper is one of President Obama's right men at the White House. This is a picture of Mr. Cooper prior to framing the painting, "Gathering Precious Waves," which is apart of Sabreee's Limited Editions.
Natalie Daise, of television series "Gullah Gullah Island," drops in at Sabreee's Gullah Art Gallery. Sabreee's Gullah Art Gallery is located at the Savannah City Market. Natalie and husband, Ron Daise, featured a three month Exhibition for Sabree at BrookGreen Garden in South Carolina earlier this year.
World-renowned Gullah Artist, Jonathan Green and owner of Sabreee's Gullah Art Gallery, Sabree. Mr. Green made a surprise visit to Sabreee, which is located at the Savannah City Market, Studio 4/Second Level, 309 W. St. Julian St. Many celebrities frequent the Savannah City Market.