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Who We Are
OutsiderArt.info is dedicated to my lifelong friend and only partner, without whose love I would surely fall out of time.

OutsiderArt.info and the International Outsider Exhibition of Modern Art (IOEMA) Collection celebrates works from around the world. We try to expose the greatest array of art to the greatest array of people. I think of the site as an electronic 14 Rue Clauzel and sometimes, when late and dark, I hear Pere Tanguy laughing! The key to everything we do lies in the great artwork created by artists we are so honored to exhibit; without them, we would wander a vacant earth with an angry fist,  threatening the moon.
Artists find their way here on their own, stumbling in through the dark internet fabric. We do not recruit. The submission page is simple. There is no board, committee, judges or jury. If I like the work or think visitors will, I put the work on the site. I only accept artist submissions. I only email back on submissions that I will exhibit. I do not charge a fee but all exhibited artists send an original here for me to keep. You can see some of the work our artists have sent here. Once accepted, an artist can expect to spend time on the front page and then remain on the site and have a gallery for some time.

Some of the artists are physically, emotionally or mentally challenged, some are not and some make light tearing little slivers of cellophane. Our artists are self taught, schooled, some with MFA's and a few inspired; a half a dozen or so are true visionary and some stand fiercely in battle to fight evil with color. They stick together what comes their way. Some paint what they see and hear and feel. Others paint what they want us to see of what they think they see. Some are mad.
The site design is simple to focus on the artwork with an absence of descriptive text. Clicking on the artists' own website link on their gallery page will get dimensions, medium and the like. Our artists sell their work through email, on their own site or any other means and keep all the money. We hope to open a physical gallery workshop in 2016 in the gentle mountains of Western Pennsylvania.
I named the site OutsiderArt.info because I am far Outside The Art World and want to stay that way. I write, design and maintain this international outsider exhibition of modern art.

Mikey Welsh USA painting
Michael Hoffee USA paintings
Stephen Judges UK/France paintings
Plastorm USA painting
Francesco Garieri France painting
Connie Sales USA paintings
Maciej Hoffman Poland painting
Khara Oxier USA paintings
Ian Pyper United Kingdom drawings/watercolor
William Thomas Thompson USA apocalyptic
Jane Parker Australia painting
Hegina Rodrigues USA-Brazil paintings
Dushan Czech Republic
Norbert Kox USA visionary
Marianne Roetzel Germany figures
Julie Elman USA drawings
Mayuko Fujino Japan cut paper, shadows
Harry Teague USA painting
Robert Attali Paris collage and paint
Steve Waugh USA drawings
Glenn Brady Australia paintings
C Weaver CANADA! paintings and more
Reinder Oldenburger USA/Netherlands paintings
Carol Es USA artwork
Stefan Bleekrode Netherlands pencil, paint
George Heslet USA discardartist
Steve Murison United Kingdom paintings and nightmares
Ben Hotchkiss USA paintings
Peter Stuhlmann Canada painting
Ofir Hirsh Israel paintings, sculpture
Dion Hitchings USA
Lisa Griffen USA painting
Louis Vuittonet USA painting
Garance USA/Switzerland visual work
Andrew Zdziarski paint drawings
Judy Shreve USA painting, clays
Cholla
Virgil Cantini USA
Billy Bob Beamer USA Drawing/environments
Nicolaus Myers USA painting
Perry Morgan III USA painting
Michel Keck USA paintings
Thomas Robert Meyers USA captures
Aminath Hilmy Maldives drawings
Jack Oliver Wales drawings, paintings
Stephen Haigh USA painting, illustration
Ana Sophia Griffin USA drawings
Mary Zeman USA painting
Emily Millard USA paintings
Mitsi Brown paintings United Kingdom
Karen May Sorensen USA painting
Andrei Borodin Russia drawing
Jason Mamarella USA NYC public
Carl Downie USA painting