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FROM | Outsider Art Magazine | Issue Four … Is Here!!!

Artists in Issue Four (in no particular order) Congrats to all the Artists who made it into issue four and thank you to everyone who submitted art for consideration. We had a name change, but we still have the same great art. Check back in about a week or so for a new call for art. And a big thank…

Blue Lips | Collage and acrylics on metal | D 13"

Featured Artist | Veronique Ivanović

Veronique Ivanović | Atlanta, GA @vivanovic2 Veronique Ivanović, K75 is a citizen of the world who started creating art at a young age. She was born and lived in Paris/France, London/Great Britain, then moved the United States. She has been a professor/interpreter and volunteer of French language in New York City, and Atlanta, where she resides. Discovering and taking a…

“He had the moon in his mind” | Mixed media, acrylic and markers on paper | 70x100cm

Featured Artist | Charalampos Panagiotopoulos

  Charalampos Panagiotopoulos | Oslo, Norway @asteriko.79 Harris is a painter that likes to experiment with different materials, styles and techniques. His main material is acrylic, in combination with watercolor, gouache, soft and oil pastel, oil, woods, or whatever his creativity will imagine. He used to say that he had no specific style, however you can identify his style in…

Outsider Art Magazine Issue Three

Outsider Art Magazine | Issue Three is Here!!!

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…

The Pools of Cryptomnesia (or the stars journey through Pisces to Aquarius) | Acrylic | 24inx30in

Featured Artist | Mitchell Pluto

I am inspired by accidental arrangements, pareidolia and dreams . These effects produce a quality of consciousness that makes art a magical journey for me. Much of my work is automatic , it happens while I do it. I enjoy this process of discovering a narrative. When I’m not painting, I’m busy making hand made jewelry.

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