Drawings and underground comics by James Beoddy dating from approximately the early 1970’s to 2015. All artworks ©James Beoddy estate.
Paintings by James Beoddy dating from approximately the early 1970’s to the early 2000’s. All paintings ©James Beoddy estate.
Inspired by visions that “God sends to me,” Brenda Davis filled the walls and ceilings of her double-wide mobile home in rural Alabama with painted depictions of boldly abstracted flowers and birds, multi-colored fronds, primeval jungle royalty, calligraphic-like seals, insects, and painterly swirls. Purchased in 2008, it became Brenda’s fantastical refuge from a troubled life […]
In recent decades, indoor “installation art” has become quite prevalent in the contemporary art mainstream. Generally, for a variety of reasons – often including commodity issues – outdoor installations (or “art environments”) have remained in the domain of ‘outsider’ or self-taught artists. Clark Ashton’s Druid Hill is something of a hybrid exception. Although he had […]
Jimmy Morrow’s folk art paintings in his Edwina Church of God in Jesus Christ’s Name reinforce the messages in his charismatic sermons, during which he sometime handles snakes. Jimmy has written a book on the history of serpent handling (see link below). His further interests in history include especially the Civil War, and his Great, […]
At Isaiah Robertson’s funeral, Minister Marsha McWilson’s poignant rendition of “May the Work I’ve Done, Speak for Me.” filled the Mt. Erie Baptist church, her voice reverberating off the golden walls he has left behind. ‘When I’m resting in my grave, there’s nothing more to be said; may the works I’ve done, let it speak […]
Would you like to see into the future? “I just want to get [God’s] message out,” Frank Bruno explained when we first met, “I don’t give a #$%@ about anything else.” A WWII veteran born in 1925, his website hesawthefuture.com gives detailed explanations of his work “I’m just a brush . . . God sends […]