Affricana Art Gallery


Art Secretly Desired And Trusted By Affluent Connoisseurs

Why People Love African Art


Deep inside the jungles of Africa tall long hardwoods are used to make African artifacts that hold energy and showcase the power of the objects created. People have travelled across the globe risking life and limb in their desire to see and experience the secret thrill of observing Supernatural Master Carver Artist produce masterpieces. One statue standing erect about 3ft tall and 1ft wide can cost more than a million dollar luxury home. African Art is so visually and emotionally stimulating it can awaken and stir up your feelings touching your heart with unmatched intensity while penetrating your core existence. The beauty and power of African Art is a natural aphrodisiac that arouses the sartorial senses. Now, you to can experience the pleasure and love of African Art.


Imagine your space more attractive and bold with beautiful African Art. Our hand picked African Artifacts will bring aesthetic appeal invoking intense emotions into your interior design. When you incorporate African Art into your decorating you'll be amazed how well it enhances and blends with Antique, Contemporary, Mid-Century, and Oriental decor. Choose our exclusive African Artifacts and framed Kuba textiles to add beauty with a touch of cultured elegance.


When you own African Art you experience the essence of transformation like famous European contemporary and modern artists Picasso, Braque, Matisse, and Derain. The influence of African Art helped them create some of the world's greatest masterpieces. African Art is highly collectible throughout the world. Wealthy Art Connoisseurs buy African Art for its beauty and to take advantage of its soaring investment value.  


You can enjoy easy access to art Luxury Auctioneer Sotheby's says, "If you are looking for an excellent rate of return on your money, invest in African Art. There is a bull market for art work from Africa right now and investing in say, a Dogon fertility statue from Mali or a Dan mask from Liberia is a better bet than investing in Blue Chip stocks!"


1. What is so Special about Affricana Art?

We're thriving in the highly specialized African Art niche. In addition, we focus on our local Market so we can provide excellent customer service and guarantee fast delivery. 80% of our business is local. If you're outside our local delivery area we insure prompt safe delivery to you as well.

2. How do you determine the price of your Artifacts?

We consider the following: Aesthetic Appeal, Age, Demand, and Rarity sometimes other factors come into play. Affricana Art and our associates have over 50 years of combined African Art experience. 

3. How do you acquire such amazing artifacts? 

We buy collections and over time we've developed relationships with African Dealers, Traders, and Collectors. We have extensive contacts nationwide as well as internationally. 

4. Do you import from Africa?

At the present we don't import from Africa. However, we do have contacts and connections in Africa. 

5. Do you offer Free delivery? 

Yes! You save money with Same Day Fast Free Delivery when you complete your order by 12:00PM and your delivery location is within 30 miles of the Gallery you qualify for Fast Free Same Day Delivery. All orders within 30 miles of the Gallery qualify for free delivery. Out of town orders are shipped out same day if received by 10:00AM. You"ll get up to a $50 shipping credit if your order has to be mailed.

 6. Do you support any charities? 

Currently, we support 3 local organizations that mentor and support the youth. 

1. Aspiring Daughters Of Promise - Rights of Passage Mentorship program for girls ages 8yrs to 18yrs old. Located in Kansas City.

2. Ma'at Foundation - Basic life skills and confidence building for girls ages 5yrs to 18yrs old. Located in Kansas City. 

 3. We Are The Future - Mentors and supports boys and girls from 1st grade through high school. The youth regularly do community service. This organization is in St. Joseph, Missouri.


I was a little fearful at first I'm a single woman and had never made a major purchase of an African Artifact. The Chokwe mask is a beautiful addition to my office. I get so many compliments. Thank You! April 2020 / Prairie Village, KS

Valued Client

I'm from California and recently moved to Kansas. African Art is one of my passions since I moved here finding it has been difficult to say the least. I stumbled across your website and have been elated every since I found your site. I recently purchased my first statue from you and couldn't be happier. April 2020 / Leawood, KS 

Valued Client

Since I first went to Africa on a mission trip. I became fond of the sculptured carvings. Buying the Punu Mask from you was a real thrill. It hangs in the family room with my mask collection. I truly appreciate your patience. March 2019 / Overland Park, KS

Valued Client

We met at the Hilliard Gallery in Dec 2019 when you had your Collection on display during First Friday in the Crossroads. I appreciated how you answered all my questions and shared information. I purchased a mask based on your recommendation. To my surprise the mask fits really well with my contemporary furnishings. Thank You for your valuable insight. December 2019 / Mission Hills, KS

The African Sculptures, he said had helped him understand his purpose as a painter, which was not to entertain with decorative images, but to mediate between perceived reality and the creativity of the human mind -- to be freed, or "exorcised" from the fear of the unknown by giving form to it.

Pablo Picasso's thoughts on how African Art transformed him. Picasso is considered one of the world's greatest Artist.

The Kuba Textile

After hanging panels of the Kuba textiles across his studio walls. Of these fabrics, Matisse said" I never tire of looking at them . . . and waiting for something to come to me from the mystery of their distinctive geometry." Henri Matisse

In age, variety and beauty, art from Africa is second to none. Africa had traditions of abstract art, performance art, installation art and conceptual art centuries before the West ever dreamed up the names."

---Holland Cotter, The New York Times

Valued Client

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Customer Care

Affricana Art proprietors have been engaged in collecting, buying, selling, and trading fine African Art for over 10 years. Our extensive contacts and resources allow us to bring you hard to find artifacts. We have a limited supply of unique One-Of-A-Kind authentic African Artifacts. Hurry! Order online now to receive your perfect artifacts quickly. For your convenience we offer Fast Free Same Day Delivery on orders completed before 12:00 PM within 30 miles of the Gallery. You can safely receive your artifacts same day, worry-free no broken damaged goods, wrong orders, or long waits. Our super fast delivery service has a track-record of success and proven results. Your Money-Back GUARANTEE: If you're not completely satisfied with your artifacts. You have 7 days to return purchases for a full refund as long as you return items in the same condition you received them. It's our honor and pleasure to serve you.


Located in the heart of Kansas City in the East Brookside area. We're conveniently located on 63rd street. Enjoy easy access to us no matter which direction you're coming from.


1734 E. 63rd St. Ste. 314 Kansas City, Missouri. 64110

Schedule An Appointment

Monday - Saturday

10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.