Laura Zepeda is an artist living in western North Carolina. While she is proficient in a variety of painting and drawing media, her passion and focus over the last 15 years has been to create a body of work using Earth Paint, an experimental medium developed by the artist using crushed semi-precious gemstones and minerals […]
Apryl Miller, daughter of a minister, was born in Chicago and grew up in the Pacific Northwest. She credits her art career to being raised in a large, creative, DIY family and her work reflects the tradition she was taught as a child, that of making something your own, by making it yourself. A lifelong […]
JJ Cromer, his partner Mary, and their son Julian live on a farm in central Appalachia, where they keep geese, chickens, and bees. His work is in numerous private and public collections, including the American Visionary Art Museum, the Intuit Center of Outsider Art, the High Museum of Art, and the Taubman Museum of Art.
I was born in s’Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands in 1954. I have been a lifelong doodler.My work is influenced by children’s toy’s, folk and indigenous art forms. I am an amateur painter and maker of things. But I spend most of my time doing this and I will continue as long as there are new things […]
Holly Farrell’s moody, often melancholic depictions of everyday objects have gained her a substantial following in Canada, and the US. “When the objects started to take on a character of their own, I realized I was really painting portraits without any people in them.” Born in North Bay, Ontario in 1961, Holly has been painting […]
John Henry Toney was born on October 18, 1928 in rural Russell County, Alabama. He attended school through the seventh grade at the Sand Fort School near Seale, Alabama. His home is an old trailer house on ten acres of land bordered by a large swamp. When John Henry was working in the cotton mill […]