Tag Archives: outsider art

Raymond Isidore’s Mosaic Wonderland

I love stories of artistic inspiration – the stone accidentally kicked that leads to the creation of a massive sculptural environment or the case of someone like Raymond Isidore who took a walk and came home with a pocketful of … Continue reading

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Off at the Margins: Visionary and Outsider Art

In our last blog post we began a series about sources for art and design instruction. Let’s step aside for a moment and look at art that is created by a specific group of people who have not had an … Continue reading

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The Ideal Palace of the Postman Cheval

Where do ideas come from? Isn’t this the question all artists want answered? For the Postman Cheval inspiration appeared one day in 1877 when he tripped on a stone as he made his daily mail deliveries. “I was walking very … Continue reading

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