Outsider artists

Explore the captivating works of outsider artists and their unconventional approach to art. Immerse yourself in the fascinating stories and extraordinary creativity of these talented individuals.
Welcome to Outsider – Art from the Outside. Art from the Outside is a magazine dedicated to Outsider Artists! We use the term “Outsider” loosely to cover various other art forms. Below is a non conclusive listing of what you can expect to see in Outsider Art Magazine: Outsider Art Art Brut Self-Taught Artists Folk Art Underground Arts Lowbrow Art Dark Art Naïve Art Neuve Invention Intuitive Art etc … Of course, the is not a list set in stone and there are more than a few ways to in Art, Illustrators, Studio, Ideas, Outsider Art, Outsider Artists, Outsider Art Fair, Outsider Art Sculpture, Outsider Art Painting

Welcome to Outsider – Art from the Outside. Art from the Outside is a magazine dedicated to Outsider Artists! We use the term “Outsider” loosely to cover various other art forms. Below is a non conclusive listing of what you can expect to see in Outsider Art Magazine: Outsider Art Art Brut Self-Taught Artists Folk Art Underground Arts Lowbrow Art Dark Art Naïve Art Neuve Invention Intuitive Art etc … Of course, the is not a list set in stone and there are more than a few ways to interpret…

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👻 Gabriel 👻
Many well known artists had formal training to learn how to paint or draw. Nowadays, there is a growing group of people expressing themselves creatively that is now called outside artists. This means this category of artists have no formal training that preceded creating their works of art that are now on display for public viewing and purchase. Craftwhack has compiled a list of contemporary outsider artists to check out. Learn more… #outsiderartists #artistswithouttraining #outoftheboxartist Doodle Art, Sketchbooks, People, Outsider Art, Public, Artists, Art, Ideas, Inspiration

Many well known artists had formal training to learn how to paint or draw. Nowadays, there is a growing group of people expressing themselves creatively that is now called outside artists. This means this category of artists have no formal training that preceded creating their works of art that are now on display for public viewing and purchase. Craftwhack has compiled a list of contemporary outsider artists to check out. Learn more… #outsiderartists #artistswithouttraining…

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Sylvia Convey
Discovering Black Outsider Art in a Whitewashed World Street Art, Painting & Drawing, Outsider Art, People, Outsider Artists, Artist At Work, Artist Studio, Mose Tolliver, Art Studios

Their abilities don’t come from any artistic establishment. They didn’t have any formal training and they were not influenced by other mainstream artists. Hailing from places like Mississippi, Tallapoosa, and other rural pockets of the deep south, they’re the African American Outsider and Folk artists whose voices and colour palettes explored a world that wasn’t…

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Elaine mckenzie
Portraits, Outsider Art, Art, Amsterdam, Abstract Art, Outsider Art Sculpture, Outsider Art Painting, Sculpture Art, Collage Art Mixed Media

There is a way that you can even direct people who are going through troubled times to use art to make a living. They could always try super smart DIY decoration ideas in order to keep busy and earn a living. This also gives people who want to get deeper into art to explore the many aspects of art and you could even learn about the robust and attractive African art among other forms of art.

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Tiernan Blanchard
American artist Lyle Carbajal uses his paintings to explore the unintentional. “Through the use of color, bold line and image placement he hopes to capture the naiveté of daily life.” Influences include the Brut and Cobra groups of past and present, the naïve artists of Latin America, graphic designers and illustrators, religious painters, and children. … Art, Street Art, Naive, Outsider Art, American Artists, Raw Artists, Artist, Naive Art, Collage Art Mixed Media

American artist Lyle Carbajal uses his paintings to explore the unintentional. “Through the use of color, bold line and image placement he hopes to capture the naiveté of daily life.” Influences include the Brut and Cobra groups of past and present, the naïve artists of Latin America, graphic designers and illustrators, religious painters, and children. […]

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E. Nelly Cortina