FROM | Outsider Art Magazine Issue Nine is here!

FROM | Outsider Art Magazine is pleased to announce the release of issue nine.

FROM | Outsider Art Magazine is pleased to announce the release of issue nine. Thank you for all the patience and art submissions. Below you will find all artists inside issue nine.

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die Fragmentierte Mutter (Fragmented Mother ) | mixed media | 100x 75 cm

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ARTISTS IN ISSUE NINE

Irene Winkler *Cover Artist

Don Bergland

Katerina Klio

Farhad Nikfam

Robert Gorchov

Barbara Ringer

Karen Glykys

Lucia Simone

Jason Bryant

Thomas Riesner

Natalia Tcherniak

Dean Willis

Xavier Yarto

Susan Berger

Mark Dalderup

Jennifer Anne Moses

David O Flynn

Lacye A Brown

Barbara Jean Lloyd

FROM Outsider Art Magazine Issue 9 Cover Artist

Issue nine’s release date is tomorrow, July 16, 2022, but tonight we are revealing our cover for issue nine.

Our cover artist is Irene Winkler of Kreuzlingen, Switzerland and her painting, Fragmented Mother. … Congratulations!


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die Fragmentierte Mutter (Fragmented Mother) | mixed media | 100x 75 cm

Featured Artist | Lucia Simone

She works between Rome and Cluj-Napoca. “What catches my attention is the relationship that exists between everyday reality and dystopian reality, and how subtle the differences are between them. Restlessness, magic and melancholy live in my artwork.”

Lucia Simone | Rome, Italy
http://www.luciasimone.it/
Instagram

Born in 1986.
She works between Rome and Cluj-Napoca. “What catches my attention is the relationship that exists between everyday reality and dystopian reality, and how subtle the differences are between them. Restlessness, magic and melancholy live in my artwork.”

Interference | digital photo collage & digital painting on hahnemühle (monotype) | 40 X 40 cm
Interference | digital photo collage & digital painting on hahnemühle (monotype) | 40 X 40 cm
Bye | digital photo collage & digital painting on hahnemuhle (monotype) | 30 X 30 cm
Bye | digital photo collage & digital painting on hahnemuhle (monotype) | 30 X 30 cm
Black Poppies | digital photo collage & digital painting on hahnemühle (monotype) | 100 X 100 cm
Black Poppies | digital photo collage & digital painting on hahnemühle (monotype) | 100 X 100 cm
Once Upon A Time There Was Grunge | digital photo collage & digital painting on hahnemühle (monotype) | 40 X 40 cm
Once Upon A Time There Was Grunge | digital photo collage & digital painting on hahnemühle (monotype) | 40 X 40 cm

Featured Artist | Karen Glykys

Karen Glykys

Maidstone, Kent, UK
www.zealous.co/karenglykys/portfolio
@karenglykys

I am a self taught, emerging, Mixed Media Artist. I started producing art and exhibiting professionally in 2017. Taking a brief hiatus in 2019 to recover from a brain hemorrhage, which had a profound effect on my art practice and outlook on life in general.

My Art practice became both therapeutic and healing. My influences and reference points are vast and complex. Drawn from my London City upbringing, sexuality, my stroke, human interactions, music and fascinations My images, saturated in colour, a hang over from album sleeves, TV, video and movie special effects from the era I grew up in. Starting life from an early age in the performing arts; of Film and Television, I landed in a cradle of creativity.

But later worked in the music business, finance and the Probation service, so my art practice came late in life to me. If I had to name influences I would say photographers Man Ray, Cindy Sherman, Patty Carroll and Robert Doisneau. Artists that inspire me include Werner Buttner, Norman Rockwell, Francis Bacon and Jean – Michael Basiquiat.

But I also delight in the visceral brutishness of Artemisia Gentileschi and the surreal world inhabited by Leonora Carrington I am adventurous and experimental, both on canvas and behind the lens. I am labelled an automatic artist, unless commission to great a desired image, my work just unfolds unplanned and organic.

I create Pop Art and Abstract work; stylised illustrations and sketches, using oil sticks, brush markers, charcoal and acrylics. I am a pioneer of British Smartphone Photographic PhoneArtists. Under strict control parameters I am pushing the boundaries of Smartphones and free android apps to the limit. I never use preset effects or photoshop, preferring the creative freedoms that playing with light, colour and contrasts can bring. Whilst exploring the possibilities of the digital medium as a permanent extension to ourselves, through which the creative process is immediately accessible to everyone.

This work is produced entirely from photographic images, shot and edited on the tiny screen of my smartphone and only sees a PC to resize for printing or colour checking. Hence the resultant resultant body of my work in this field now sits under my banner – #tinyeyeproject.

Ice Cream City Livin' | Digital Smartphone Photography PhoneArt | 59.4 X 84.1 cms / 23.3/8 X33.1/8 inches
Ice Cream City Livin’ | Digital Smartphone Photography PhoneArt
| 59.4 X 84.1 cms / 23.3/8 X33.1/8 inches
Battersea Power!!! | Digital Smartphone Photography PhoneArt | 59.4 X 84.1 cms / 23.3/8 X 33.1/8 inches
Battersea Power!!! | Digital Smartphone Photography PhoneArt | 59.4 X 84.1 cms / 23.3/8 X 33.1/8 inches
The Death of Dante | Acrylic on Box Canvas | 58.42 X 58.42 cms / 23 X 23 inches
The Death of Dante | Acrylic on Box Canvas | 58.42 X 58.42 cms / 23 X 23 inches
VainGlorious | Acrylic On Box Canvas | 58.42 X 58.42 cms / 23 X 23 inches
VainGlorious | Acrylic On Box Canvas | 58.42 X 58.42 cms / 23 X 23 inches

Featured Artist | Perreaoult Daniels

Perreaoult Daniels

hysttsville, md
https://www.experimentsinart.online/paintings

(An artist’s statement can be a few sentences or a short paragraph long. Generally, an artist statement should only be between 100-200 words because shorter statements are better for the average attention span.)

https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Artist’s_statement

I’m Perreaoult Daniels, an American Artist.

Born to James and Quincy Daniels at Freedmen’s Hospital in 1962.

I studied Architectural Drafting and attended one semester at the Corcoran School of Art.

At that time in my life I was estranged from my family.

They did not know I was one of the children molested while in the boy scouts.

They did not know I was Schizophrenic.

They did not know I could pass out from laughing due to heart disease.

My mother said Art was my gift, and called me the prodigal son

I inherited art from them

And probably my Point Of View from my environment

I respond to the controversies of my thoughts. Which I admit, maybe compromised.

I conceptualise An idea. I research it Design It Collect my materials and then.

It’s difficult to explain. Certainly I prepare the canvas- but there is no exact path. But you know it’s like muscle memory.

I’ve never stopped making it.

Though it cost so much.

I used to describe my work as Expressionism. The subjects sex, race, religion, politics, death.

There’s A Blog https://www.experimentsinart.online/blog Where if you like reading the imaginings and attempts at explanations of artists.

Perreaoult
2020

The Magic Wand | acrylic and cotton on canvas | 5 by 6 feet
The Magic Wand | acrylic and cotton on canvas | 5 by 6 feet
Mare Morning Mare Mourning it's a poor Castration | acrylic and cotton on canvas | 5 by 6 feet
Mare Morning Mare Mourning it’s a poor Castration | acrylic and cotton on canvas | 5 by 6 feet
Conspiracy Garden, Fools Gold. | Acrylic on cotton on canvas | 5 by 7feet
Conspiracy Garden, Fools Gold. | Acrylic on cotton on canvas | 5 by 7feet
The Perreaoult | Acrylic mixed media goIdleaf | 24 by 30
The Perreaoult | Acrylic mixed media goIdleaf | 24 by 30

 

Now Accepting Art Submission for Issue Eight

Call for Art | Issue Eight

All “Outsider” visual art forms and Artists are acceptable. – Outsider Art, Folk Art, Brut Art, Naïve Art, Self-Taught, Intuitive Art, Neuve Invention, Visionary, Raw, Underground Art, Lowbrow, and Art We Really Like,  etc …

If your art does not meet our “Outsider” criteria then it will not be accepted into the magazine. If you are an artist who specializes in Fine Art, Contemporary Art, etc … Please head on over to Artist Portfolio Magazine (our sister magazine) and submit your art to that magazine.

For more information please check out the Submit Your Art page.

SUBMIT YOUR ART

 

It’s Here! … FROM | Outsider Art Magazine Issue Seven

FROM | Outsider Art Magazine Issue Seven

A Big thank you to all of the Artists who submitted art to issue seven and congratulations to all who have been selected for this issue.

In a few days we will be announcing a new call for art for Issue Eight. … Stay Tuned!

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Artists in Issue Seven

Dennis Corrigan – Front Cover Artist
TA Riney – Back Cover Artist
Marilyn Richeda
Songnyeo Lyoo
Claude Bolduc
Nathan Paddison
Matina Vossou
Johnny Otto
Kathy Halper
Susan Spangenberg
Kieun Kim
Susan Lizotte
Helen Wade
Marcela Conomos
Binna Kim
Fake Art
Robert Frankel
Sandor Sipos
Thomas Riesner
Martin Coyle
Rodney Bode
Terry Graff
Lou Patrou
Paulina Klimek-Cornett
Daniel Bell
Abbott Philson
Sophie Jacobs
Darrell Black
Lyncara Beshirs
Basile OSO
Releah Michelle

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Featured Artist | Kathy Halper

Kathy Halper

Evanston, IL
https://kathyhalper.com/new-work-2021/
@kathyhalperpainter

Anti-Social Life Statement:

As a classic introvert, the Pandemic allowed me to live a life I had only dreamt of. No appointments, no lunches, no parties. Even phone calls dried up.

This collection began in January 2021 as a form of pandemic diary. I was able to focus on the small moments that make up a day. My dog barking, a charming house, a knotty tree. As the world opens I am committed to keeping my eyes on “the small picture”.

Painting these moments force me, and I hope the viewer, to “realize life while we live it” (to quote Thorton Wilder).

The scenes are rendered not as they are, but as they appear in my mind with flattened shapes, distorted perspectives, romanticized palettes recognizable from Outsider and Pop Art.

The work is primarily oil painting with elements from past series to clarify my voice. This includes cardboard layers, polymer objects, thread and glitter to infuse the scenes with my humor, humanity and warped look at the world.

Squirrel | Oil, acrylic, cardboard, embroidery thread, polymer clay on wood panel | 14" x 18" with hand embellished frame
Squirrel | Oil, acrylic, cardboard, embroidery thread, polymer clay on wood panel | 14″ x 18″ with hand embellished frame
Bedtime | Oil, acrylic, cardboard, embroidery thread, polymer clay, glitter on wood panel | 14" x 14" with hand painted frame
Bedtime | Oil, acrylic, cardboard, embroidery thread, polymer clay, glitter on wood panel | 14″ x 14″ with hand painted frame
Guard Dog | Oil, acrylic, cardboard, polymer clay, embroidery thread on wood panel | 13" x 16" with hand painted frame
Guard Dog | Oil, acrylic, cardboard, polymer clay, embroidery thread on wood panel | 13″ x 16″ with hand painted frame
Walking Fiona | Oil, acrylic, cardboard, pumice medium on wood panel | 16" x 20" unframed
Walking Fiona | Oil, acrylic, cardboard, pumice medium on wood panel | 16″ x 20″ unframed

 

Featured Artist | Susan Lizotte

Susan Lizotte

Los Angeles, CA
susanlizotte.com
@susanlizotte

The Spring Map paintings are inspired by the quarantine of Covid-19. Using old Renaissance maps to speak to the spread of disease felt fitting as a starting point for finding our place in a new unknown world. The geography of these old maps is strange and wonky which resonates with the current world situation. Martin Waldseemüller’s Mappa Mundi of 1507 inspired me. His map was the first map to name America (after Vespucci’s voyage). It is comprised of twelve pieces, which seems a perfect metaphor for how the globe has been shattered, nations shutting borders and residents under lockdowns, all separated.

The thought of the Great Plague of 1351 seemed so ancient and never even a possibility of happening to us given our great medical and social strides in the last six hundred or so years. Yet, unbelievably here we are, literally living through a historic pandemic surrounded by huge uncertainty and losses of life and of connection.
My paintings are paintings of life, of finding existential meaning in crisis. The geography is deliberately inaccurate as a means to portray disorientation and confusion. The colors are a nod to spring and regeneration, including flowers in states of decay and of blossom.
These paintings are my thoughts and dreams of our place in the stars and our time.

Susan Lizotte lives in Los Angeles and balances her studio practice with her family and pets, including a pet peacock.

Mare Incognitum | oil on canvas | 12 x 12
Mare Incognitum | oil on canvas | 12 x 12

 

Mappa Mundi Spring Map | oil on canvas | 54 x 96
Mappa Mundi Spring Map | oil on canvas | 54 x 96
Mappa Mundi Terra Incognita | oil on canvas | 30 x 30 x 2
Mappa Mundi Terra Incognita | oil on canvas | 30 x 30 x 2
Mappa Mundi Terra Incognita II | oil on wood panel | 16 x 16 x 2
Mappa Mundi Terra Incognita II | oil on wood panel | 16 x 16 x 2

Featured Artist | Releah Michelle

Releah Michelle

http://www.releahmichelle.com
@releahmichelleart

Bio:

Releah Michelle was born in Georgia in 1987. She is a self-taught abstract expressionist who has been honing her artistic voice for many years. Merging her love for painting abstract figures and automatic painting around the movement of energy paves a straight line to her artistic vocal cord.

She is currently based in Georgia and is inspired by her ancestors, ancient Egyptian history, the spiritual world, meditation, and the use of bright colors. Beauty also plays a significant part in her style presented in the artworks because she was previously an independent latex clothing fashion designer for a total of 7 years. She presented at NY Fashion Week and put on several local fashion shows. Her creative process for the abstract figurative paintings begin with either her sketching first or free-hand painting figures into abstract backgrounds. Her creative process for abstract paintings begin with layers of acrylic paint being applied on the canvas over a period of days often incorporating a mixed media approach.

Artist Statement:

Art is a path so I describe my art as an extension of my previous fashion designer career. As an artist and expressionist who is constantly evolving spiritually my art explores the relationship between beauty and the spiritual world. Reflections of the soul, beautiful black woman, and texture are a couple of the subject matters you will find in my artwork.

Neutral Identity | Acrylic on Canvas | 24" x 12"
Neutral Identity | Acrylic on Canvas | 24″ x 12″

We Are Connected | Acrylic on Canvas | 18" x 24"
We Are Connected | Acrylic on Canvas | 18″ x 24″

The Sun is Shining | Acrylic on Canvas | 18" x 24"
The Sun is Shining | Acrylic on Canvas | 18″ x 24″

Heatwave VS Comfort | Mixed Media on Canvas | 18" x 24"
Heatwave VS Comfort | Mixed Media on Canvas | 18″ x 24″