Barack Obama Posters, Prints, Paintings and Magnets

American Vision Gallery introduces collection of

PP31738Obama Posters,
Art Giclée Prints,
Art magnets

depicting our president, Barack Obama. Any Poster or Magnet makes a great gift. Some of our images are exclusive; you won’t find them anywhere else.

Since 1975 American Vision Gallery has been one of the pioneers in selling fine art prints, posters and paintings featuring African American themes and works by African American artists.

New! “The Presidents”, a novel patriotic painting by Carl Braude of the 44 Presidents of the United States. A composite of the 44 United States Presidents posing on the White House lawn, including our new President Barack Obama.

About Barack Obama

Barack Hussein Obama is the first African-American to be elected President of the United States.

He was born on August 4, 1961 in Honolulu, Hawaii to a Kenyan father and an American mother. In 1967, Barack Obama moved to Jakarta with his mother and stepfather and at the age of ten he returned to Hawaii to live with his maternal grandparents.

Obama studied at Occidental College in Los Angeles and graduated from Columbia University in New York in 1983 with a degree in political science. He later attended Harvard Law School, and was elected the first African–American editor of the Harvard Law Review.

Before winning the Illinois State Senate race in 1996 from the south side Chicago neighborhood of Hyde Park, Barack Obama worked as a community organizer, a civil rights attorney and also taught at the University of Chicago Law School. He was elected to the U.S. Senate in November 2004.

Obama’s first book, published in 1995, is an autobiography – Dreams From My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance. He won a Grammy for the audio version of the book. His second book, The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream, was published in October 2006

On January 20, 2009 Barack Hussein Obama was sworn in to office as the 44th President of the United States. This historic event was the largest inaugural celebration in the history of our country.

Does High Blood Pressure Prevent Me from Having Dental implants?

hypertensionBefore undergoing any dental procedure, it is important to know the effect of preexisting conditions. One of these conditions is high blood pressure. A person is said to have high blood pressure when the blood flowing in the arteries has a constant rise in blood pressure. The condition is commonly known as hypertension. Hypertension limits your heart from effectively pumping blood to your body. High blood pressure can be severe if not controlled. It may lead to other chronic conditions.

How will I know if I have hypertension?

Regular checkups are required to diagnose hypertension because, in most cases, hypertension does not have any symptoms. Your heart has two rhythms that are used in the measurement of blood pressure. They are known as systole and diastole. Systolic pressure is the measured when the heart contracts and pumps blood to other body parts. Diastolic pressure is the pressure when the heart relaxes allowing blood to fill its chambers. A normal pressure range is 120-139mmHg for systole and 80-89mmHg for diastole. Above these values, you are considered as hypertensive or at a risk of having hypertension.

What are the risk factors for hypertension?

No one can fully explain the cause of hypertension. However, a wide range of products has been shown to predispose you to hypertension. Common risk factors include smoking, high salt intake, sedentary lifestyle, kidney disorders, age, some medications, stress, lack of essential minerals in the body, disease as well as genetics. Prevention can be achieved by avoiding the risk factors as well as close monitoring of your blood pressure with guidance from your doctor.

Dental implants and hypertension- What should I know?

Hypertension should not stop you from having dental implants. However, before any dental procedure take a step and tell your hypertension history. This will guide your dentist on medications to use and procedure to follow. Some medications may worsen your hypertension. He should be careful while prescribing anesthesia and drugs that you take home. Sometimes anxiety and stress before the dental procedure may make your blood pressure to rise. In such circumstances take your hypertensive pills before undergoing the procedure.