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Outsider Art 101 (Grades 6-12)
Transcript of Outsider Art 101 (Grades 6-12)
- The materials that you are made out of are unusual or different.
- Created from obsession, religious motivation or inner impulse
- Made by the artist for him/herself and not meant to be seen by anybody else How to be an outsider art piece? This means that the artist has no formal training in art. Because of this, the pieces created are uniquely in his or her own style and vision, with little to no influence from mainstream art or culture. Self-Taught Art Raw art in its freshest form Art Brut Unlike traditional folk art where the style is shared consistently among artisans, non-traditional folk art is made of intentionally found and everyday materials that speak to the individual artist. This type of art goes beyond the traditional and cultural form. This kind of work reflects a unique personal vision of the artist. Non-Traditional Folk Art www.art.org Magical or is it. Yes Hmmm... (Wait I should know this...) Now tell me I don't look awesome. What is outsider art? -Inspired from within
-Created with pure and uncorrupted expression
-Made by society's outcasts, such as psychiatric patients and prisoners Visionary art is created by people who have strong inner visions. Basically, they believe something so firmly that they feel the need to share it through art, writing, or music. The art created in this category often includes pictures and/or text of political, religious, spiritual, or scientific natures. Visionary Art David Philpot Eugene Von Bruenchenhein J.J. Cromer Charles Steffen Reverend Howard Finster