Finally!!! … Outsider Art Magazine Issue Three is now available for free downloads and not free print purchases. Congratulations to Bill Skrips whose art has landed on the cover of issue three. Thank you to every artist who submitted their art and to those who made the cut for issue three, We are now accepting free art submissions for issue…
Selected Artists | Issue Three Finally! We have selected our Artists for issue three. Congratulations to all the Artists who made the cut and thank you to everyone who submitted your art. On February 15, 2020, we will begin our new art submission process for issue four. We still have a few available spots remaining for our 2 page spreads.…
Selected Artists – Issue Two
Congratulations to all who made it into issue two of Outsider Art Magazine.
Thank you to everyone who participated and submitted your art for consideration. There was some amazing art that didn’t make the cut so please keep submitting for future issues of Outsider Art Magazine. Next call for art will be soon and we will send out an email and post a call for art.
Selected Artists listed in no particular order.
Issue One is now available in digital and print. Digital – FREE Print $20 We’re also accepting art submissions for issue two. Submit your Art
Maksim Mezhuritsky | Or Akiva, Merkaz, Isreal Love art. For me it is a way of communication. My pictures are thoughts on different subjects, sometimes surreal. As a rule, my pictures are thoughts of the mind and emotions, sometimes only emotions.
Featured Artist Robert Frankel | Wilmette, IL @robertfrankelart I was always fascinated with the idea that colors can have an effect on our emotional, physical, and mental states. Examples of this can be found in the expressions, “seeing red” or “having the blues. I like to use bright bold colors set against each other in a geometric structure to create energy and…
I am a neoOutsider artist. I’m a Southerner who came to art late in life as the result of personal trauma. My work is infused with my belief in God whose hand guides me.
Born in 1965 in Paris. Self-taught artist. I live in Rennes (Brittany, France)
In 1986, I created with Bathelemy Schwartz the revue Dorénavant, one of the first avant-garde revue of comics theory: this revue (1986 – 1988) proposed a new definition of the comic strip as a simple juxtaposition of pictures. Also, were included with the comics some paintings of Klee, Kandinsky or Picasso. This statement was also a way to create a new connection between comics and paintings: what was at stake then, was not the graphics (like for Lichtenstein or Combas) but the division of the canvas. Thanks to this, the painting would find again its very old and deep temptation: the illusion of time, which can create a narrative or a musical dimension.
The French comics’ world reacted sometimes with curiosity but most of the time with rejection. The art world ignored it.
From 1988 to 2006, I gave up painting and drawing and rather liked to write novels and essays.