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Misty Lindsey.  Outsider art

Misty Lindsey. Outsider art

'If you get out of the way the art will make itself' #art #artist #quote

'If you get out of the way the art will make itself' #art #artist #quote

Bill Traylor (c. 1854–1949) Montgomery, Alabama c. 1939–1947 Poster paint and pencil on cardboard

Bill Traylor (c. 1854–1949) Montgomery, Alabama c. 1939–1947 Poster paint and pencil on cardboard

Beast.  By Bill Traylor, a self-taught artist born into slavery on a plantation near Benton, in Lowndes County, Alabama.

Beast. By Bill Traylor, a self-taught artist born into slavery on a plantation near Benton, in Lowndes County, Alabama.

Dave Plunkert...Outsider Art                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Dave Plunkert...Outsider Art More

Delta Blues Folk Art Outsider Art - pinned by pin4etsy.com

Delta Blues Folk Art Outsider Art - pinned by pin4etsy.com

Adolf Wölfli -outsider art (psychiatric patient) I've had days like this.

Adolf Wölfli -outsider art (psychiatric patient) I've had days like this.

"Throughout Jean Dubuffet's life, he collected "Outsider Art" i.e., Art by mentally deranged people, vagabonds, street urchins, and prisoners. He found inspiration in the seemingly asymmetric scrawling and the scratching of this kind of unintentional Graffiti and sought to convey that madness in his own Oil and Impasto Works.  Most of his works appear as primitive and doodling that is almost too basic...[like] a kindergarten kid."

"Throughout Jean Dubuffet's life, he collected "Outsider Art" i.e., Art by mentally deranged people, vagabonds, street urchins, and prisoners. He found inspiration in the seemingly asymmetric scrawling and the scratching of this kind of unintentional Graffiti and sought to convey that madness in his own Oil and Impasto Works. Most of his works appear as primitive and doodling that is almost too basic...[like] a kindergarten kid."

Bill Traylor, Blue Cat, 1939-1942.  In only three years, between 1939 and 1942, Bill Traylor—former slave, factory worker, and homeless welfare recipient, who slept on a wooden pallet inside the [Ross-Clayton Funeral Parlor in Montgomery, Alabama]—created his own extraordinary history of drawing in 1,800 images. Most were preserved by his friend and fellow artist, Charles Shannon.

Bill Traylor, Blue Cat, 1939-1942. In only three years, between 1939 and 1942, Bill Traylor—former slave, factory worker, and homeless welfare recipient, who slept on a wooden pallet inside the [Ross-Clayton Funeral Parlor in Montgomery, Alabama]—created his own extraordinary history of drawing in 1,800 images. Most were preserved by his friend and fellow artist, Charles Shannon.

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