Discover the South's Finest Folk Art
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.
Barbara Brogdon operates Rosehips Folk Art Gallery in Cleveland, Georgia.
Yard Dog Folk Art stands out among the eclectic businesses on South Congress Avenue in Austin, Texas.
Randy Franklin offers a wide range of works at Yard Dog Folk Art in Austin, Texas.
Look for everything from wooden carvings by Isaac Smith to paintings by artist-musician Lamar Sorrento in Yard Dog Folk Art in Austin, Texas.