Here are some artists you'll find in your own backyard.
Charlie West's speciality is amazingly lifelike pottery roosters.
The largest carving Isaac Smith has in his home studio is a saber-toothed tiger; the smallest is a white owl.
This painting by Bernice Sims depicts the Civil Rights march across Selma's Edmund Pettus Bridge.
The mailbox in front of artist Bernice Sims' Alabama home is itself a work of art.
Each of Billy Roper's totems tells a story.
Chris Clark learned to quilt from his grandmother. He uses paint to add stories to his quilts.