Dawud Shabazz Art

          "Eye See ART" 

Sparking the inner subconscious.

The Intention's of Dawud Shabazz Art

Main intention's are to capture the eye of the beholder. Spark a moment of serenity. Encourage an inspiring message. My intention's are to insure my customers receive quality art that will last a life time. All original art is created with archival materials. Multiple hours and effort is put into each painting, which consist of many layers of media, and texture. Art is meant to last so it can be past on to generations. The view and joy of my paintings will always create a conversation to the beholder's eye.

I met Dawud at the Pontiac Festival of the Arts on Saturday. He was there to display his artwork and it was the end of the evening. I stood mesmerized by his work and one in particular, Intensive Embrace. Tears started to flow as I remembered the strong embrace my son, Benjamin would give to everyone he knew. Ben passed away one year ago. Dawud could sense my sadness and we talked and held our own embrace. A few minutes later, as I walked down the street, he tapped me on my shoulder and gave me a gift. The Intensive Embrace piece of art. I have never felt so moved and know he is an amazing human full of love and gift of art.

Laura Kozerski art Customer 

Laura Kozerski
Art Collector
Great service, fast shipping, and very reasonable prices for products of such quality!
Erik Johnson
Los Angeles, California

Remarks from customers 

Awwwww thank you for that beautiful comment. This is why I love (Agape) you. You're genuine kind and creative. You work hard, and you support other Artists. You always have a smile on your face and you stretch your creative juices. I am loving your black and white series too! Keep up the great work. Your Consistent intent on giving us your best is paying off dearly. Much Success in 2023!

Rosemary Summers
Artist, Art collector

About Dawud Shabazz

Dawud Shabazz


A self taught artist born and raised in Detroit. Growing up in Detroit with the privilege of being surrounded by so much creativity and blessed to be influenced by it. I once sketched a portrait of my mother at the age of 7, she was so proud. From then I knew I wanted to be an artist. My first acknowledgement and exhibit of my art was in the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in the late 90's. Through the years of working there, I became a supervisor trusted with maintaining the beautiful art on the Mezzanine. I was responsible of the outcome in the schematic , layout, and setup of each room that were to be occupied for special events after the museum hours. It was such an inspiring moment in my life. I had the privilege of observing so many styles of different artist as I had access to many areas. I constantly created art on my breaks, and stored them in my office. One day the president of the museum happens to pass my office and my art caught her eye. She was so impressed that she made it possible for my art to be exhibited within a month. I thank GOD for blessing me and guiding me in my journey. I use many different medias and other textured elements. I believe that working in a single media is restrictive to my creative process. Each idea manifests and evolve of it's own.