By Jay Johnson
This illustrated advisor to American folks artists and their paintings spans a century of painters from Grandma Moses to Kathy Jakobsen and covers such media as sculpture, pottery, and fabric creations.
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The effect is that of a Persian miniature or a Rajput painting, but it is doubtful that Charlie ever had any familiarity with either. Although some of his paintings are oils on canvas, the majority are executed in house paints, sometimes with sand mixed in to provide a textured surface. Peter Charlie's work has been exhibited at various galleries, including that of Phyllis Kind in New York City and the Farmhouse Gallery in Inkster, Michigan. It is also in various public and private collections.
Indeed, she points out that she builds up her designs in thread as one might form a clay pot or paint a picture. They have a distinct texture and a feeling of being "constructed" rather than stitched. Mary Borkowski was born in 1916 in Sulphur Springs, Ohio, and now lives in Dayton. She made her first string picture in 1965 as a memorial to a close friend and since then has found her life to be closely occupied with her art. C. Following page: Mary Borkowski The Slap 1974 Silk, 20 wool, lace, and thread; A"x l 15" Collection of Mr.
Birds, flowers, flags Butler's or workshop or a with a moving circus of are whirligigs, or Butler does not confine this activity to his yard. means of home not his is gallery but the small yard around his house. This he on at night pieces of old tin. when They I lay are then shaped with tin shears and a meat cleaver. They are painted with house paints and Butler prefers red, yellow, blue, and green, with black and white accents — embellished with found objects, such as costume jewelry and plastic flowers.