Fred Carter's raw and impassioned sculptures are featured in Raw Vision 82, available to pre-order at http://rawvision.com/shop/raw-vision-82 Photo by Dan Meyers
Judith Scott was a fiber artist born deaf, mute, and with Down's Syndrome. She also seemed to have a great sense of humor, since her caretakers items (tennis shoes, car keys) sometimes ended up in her work.
John Taylor (boat sculpture made from scrap wood, computer parts, and various other discarded materials to create a unique replica of a famous sea vessel)
EUGENIO SANTORO (1920-2006) | His works have an anamorphic quality, marked as they are by contorted facial features, twisted heads, lopsided stances, imbalance and other anatomic distortions. Each sculpture is made of several pieces of woods assembled by nails.
GIORDANO GELLI | AFFE | 2012 |
Pascal Tassini 16.05.2014 533 x 800
NO NO BIRD | American Folk Art Museum
LADY WITH MUFF/ William Edmondson (1874-1951), c. 1940, limestone, 15 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 6 3/4", Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York, gift of Ralph Esmerian, 2013.1.54 Photo by Gavin Ashworth