”I was born in s’Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands in 1954. I have been a lifelong doodler.My work is influenced by children’s toy’s, folk and indigenous art forms. I am an amateur painter and maker of things. But I spend most of my time doing this and I will continue as long as there are new things to discover….I like my works to be joyous, colorful with a kinetic feel. I’ll work with and on anything available, including old wood, cardboard and all kinds of wonderful junk,” writes John van Orsouw.
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.
Jeanette Chan is a graphic artist and illustrator located in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her art incorporates dark and cute elements for a spooky, yet appealing aesthetic. Jeanette’s interests include traveling, meditation, trying new food, and birds. You can follow her on social media with her username, Comfydarkme.
My name is Eric Polise. I am an American Artist currently creating out of Seneca Falls, New York/ USA. I have been a professional artist doing shows in London, Uk , Toronto, CA, Florida, USA, Pittsburgh, USA, Rochester, NY and New York, USA for over a decade.
Painter JoAnn Moy works in oils, acrylic, and collage while simultaneously pursuing her career as an independant graphic designer. Born to young parents in western Pennsylvania, JoAnn’s favorite childhood memory is of fingerpainting with her sister. Her parents split up early and she never knew her father, beside the fact that he was creative.
JoAnn’s mother too, has her own artistic bend and taught her the importance of precision and quality in crafting. She wanted the girls, JoAnn and her sister, to experience more of life than the countryside of Zelinople had to offer and the little family moved to a town just outside of Pittsburgh.