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How to keep your diamond art collection healthy without buying the latest fashion trend

The next time you get to spend time with a beautiful diamond, consider taking a minute to think about how it might affect your art collection.

Diamonds have long been a staple of the American art scene.

They’ve been the subject of fashion trends like the diamond earrings, the diamond necklace and the diamond ring.

Now they’re also a staple for the black arts, as well as many artists in the African American arts, where diamonds are a symbol of the black power.

But as a white person, it can be hard to keep up with the art trends and trends of other cultures.

The Smithsonian’s newest exhibition, “The Diamonds of America,” features stunning, new work by some of the world’s top African American artists, from the New York-based artists of Nkrumah to the Harlem-based artist Muhlenberg.

“There’s something in that diamond that really resonates with the black experience, and I think that’s because it’s so beautiful,” said Muhlnberg, whose work has been featured in the museum’s “New Directions” series.

“I think that diamonds, as art, are really meant to connect with the soul, and the soul is connected with a soul, so that is why it resonates so deeply with us.”

There’s something beautiful in that.

Muhhlberg, who is black, said he thinks diamonds are meant to be a symbol for the soul.

It’s an image that’s ingrained in our culture from the beginning, he said.

We have a lot of things that are in common with the diamond.

It symbolizes our unity, our love, our community, and how we relate to one another.

But then we have the diamond, and that is the thing that really makes it so unique and beautiful.

It has a special power.

“It is the jewel of our soul,” Muhlinberg said.

“When I think about the power of the diamond in the world, that’s when I think of black art, and black art is the soul.”

He said he sees this as the future of American art.

“You can say, ‘Well, you can’t make a diamond,’ and you can make a beautiful one, but you can still create a beautiful work of art, because the diamond is the power and the inspiration for all of us.

It connects us together, so it’s the one that gives us strength and strength in our soul.”

As for what’s going on with the new exhibit, Smithsonian curator of African American Art Marisa O’Neal said it was designed to be more inclusive of African Americans.

“In order to create a space that is inclusive, it had to be about our culture,” she said.

O’Neil said the exhibit is part of the new “New Direction” initiative launched in June by the Smithsonian Institution.

The goal is to make the Smithsonian’s collections more inclusive.

“We’re trying to be better at connecting people to art, so we’re trying more to explore that in our exhibitions,” she added.

“And then we also want to connect people to their communities and the people in their communities.”

“It’s really important to us that people understand that it’s not just about buying one thing and it’s just not about buying a one-size-fits-all,” she continued.

“That’s not how art works.”

O’Neill said she hopes to bring the museum to more cities, where African Americans are also the majority.

The new exhibit will debut on March 15.

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