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Janie McGee
  • 55, Female
  • ODENTON
  • United States
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Urban Faith Magazine

The premiere Christian Lifestyle and Gospel Music Magazine! Unique Voices. Bold Faith. Read the Magazine...Listen to the Show!See More
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2009 Angersession is Not the 1929 Depression

2009 Angersession is Not the 1929 DepressionOver the years as a visual artist I have painted countless pictures from photos of the Great Depression. I wanted to document the effect it had on the Black community through the arts. Many of the photos I found revealed the devastating losses and hopelessness of many across the country both White and Black. The overall mood of the country was the start of the depression and times of disparity. The Depression received its name due to the emotional…See More
Apr 21, 2009

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Hometown:
ODENTON
Currently Reside In: (City, State, Country)
Maryland
I'm a . . .
Reader, Writer, Artist, Performer, Literary Service Provider
Website:
http://www.seejanedream.com
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New Book On Amazon: Lord I Go To Church But I Can't Find A Man"
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New Book: Why Am I Up? 3 AM A Time of Prayer
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Amazon Link:http://www.amazon.com/Why-Am-Up-M-Prayer/dp/1453608087/ref=sr_1_15?...



My Artwork:
Have You "Freed Your Inner Book" Yet?
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What You Need to Know About Me:
I am a artist, writer, and mucian with 37 years experience. I create designs, fine art, and books. I exhibit to raise money for world causes only and church events.I am married to my best friend- Ramon. We have 2 kids: Jamile from Fox Tv "So you think you can dance?" season 1 3rd place finalist and Jasmine McGee up coming amazing filmmaker and TV Producer! Check out family web :www. blackrevivalstudio.com.
Writing books, designing, painting, and praying is my life!!!!!

My Books: The Urban Prayer books written for men and woman are on Amazon for sell. These books are prayers for : marriage, family, crack houses, deliverance, and more! We write historical novels, fiction, non fiction, poetry, Christian books, prayer books, children books, and urban issues.

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The Black Man's Urban Field Guide to Prayer

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Some Morning I Wake up as Strong as Coffee:
A collection of poetry and performance pieces by Janie McGee. The books also has artworks By McGee.
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The Sunflower Dance for the Morning Blues
A collection of poetry and performance pieces by Janie McGee. The books also has artworks By McGee.
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How I got Over
FictionPaperback: This book is about a young black girl in the summer of 1931 coming of age. She is leaving the coal mine of West Virginia to become an artist during the Harlem Art Movement in New York .
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The Preaching Tree
A collection of works of art by Janie McGee mixed witha little black history. The book reflect artwork that documents black history from 1619 - 1960
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Posted on September 29, 2009 at 4:00pm

2009 Angersession is Not the 1929 Depression

2009 Angersession is Not the 1929 Depression





Over the years as a visual artist I have painted countless pictures from photos of the Great Depression. I wanted to document the effect it had on the Black community through the arts. Many of the photos I found revealed the devastating losses and hopelessness of many across the country both White and Black. The overall mood of the country was the start of the depression and times of disparity. The Depression received its name due to… Continue

Posted on April 21, 2009 at 6:42pm

Sinner Prayer ...1200 Times!!

Back in the day in my twenties I was seeking God. The 80's was a deep time.There was so many new sins created, but I am sure the were all still old to the world. I really wanted a change in my life and decided to seek a relationship with Jesus Christ. I had been struggling everyday after I came back from Army basic training to finish that semester at college in Pueblo. I had a place I rented but i was short on food. I starved a whole week before eating. I was into a lot of dark magic, power I… Continue

Posted on May 18, 2008 at 10:58pm

Creating Christian Art

Creating Christian Art means hearing from God

and searching your heart. God called Moses to have artists build the

Ark of the covenant. It was not an easy task. Moses had to hear from

God and convey what he heard to the artist/Aholibah. The artist were

skilled and very visual . It is a gift to create and be able to heard from

heaven God's design. So much of art in the world created by artist that

are not Christian is very spiritual, but of what Spirit? As an artist… Continue

Posted on May 18, 2008 at 10:37pm

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At 6:27pm on June 5, 2008, Dyahnne said…
Hi, Janie.
I love your page. Your art is beautiful and your love for your wonderful family shows through. Thank you so much for sharing your talents.

Dyahnne
At 4:49pm on April 27, 2008, Sharon Moore Stenhouse said…
Welcome Janie... I love both your page on BAS and your family Web site.

I would love, with your permission, to place a link to your site on my subscription newsletter The Village Griot. I am from Baltimore and I see B'More is as one of your hometowns...by way of Ohio.

Please visit me here at BAS or on my Web www.akihoro.com

Hope to hear from you soon.

a'Kihoro
At 5:17pm on April 25, 2008, Nona Farrar said…
4/25/08
Visit our website at:www.largervisioninc.com

Let me know if you plan to attend and would like to discuss the special discounted vendor table rate that's available until 5/25/08.
At 10:01pm on April 22, 2008, Ananda Kiamsha Madelyn Leeke said…
Welcome. I love the look of your page.
At 6:05pm on April 22, 2008, Savannah J said…
Welcome Janie! Enjoy the site.
 
 
 

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