Folk art, usually created by self-taught artists, is highly imaginative and emotionally accessible, but its simplicity is deceptive. Although it often displays the clear, direct vision of childhood, folk art is anything but primitive.
You'll enjoy the simple brightly colored musicians of William Henry Johnson, the forthrightness of Patricia Krug Stewart, and the flavorful paintings of Norman Laliberte. Each artist in this collection has a unique perspective, but all reach a common core of human experience.
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