Produced for RILL Course, October 9th, 2008

  1. Ellen Dissanayake, ART AND INTIMACY, how the Arts Began, McLellan Books, Univ. Press 2000
  2. E. H. Gombrich, The Preference for the Primitive, Episodes…, Phaedon Press, 2002
  3. Ed. Michael Roth, R. & C Lyons, Charles Merewether, Irresistible Decay, Getty Museum 1997
  4. Ed. Michael D. Hal & Eugene W. Metcalf, Jr., The Artist Outsider, Smithsonian 1994
  5. Catherine Lutz & Jane Collins, Reading National Geographic, Univ. of Chicago Press, 1993
  6. Perspectives on American Folk Art, Ed. By Ian M.G. Quimby & Scott T. Swank
  7. The Art Instinct; Beauty, Pleasure & Human Evolution, Dennis Dutton, Bloomsbury Press
  8. Herbert Hemphill & Julia Weissman, Twentieth-Century American Folk Art & Artists, NY, Dutton
  9. Russell Roman, American Folk Art: Herbert Hemphill Collection, Milwaukee Art  Museum 1981
  10. Jay Johnson & William Ketchum, American Folk Art of the Twentieth Century, Rizzoli, 1983
  11. Martin Friedman, ed. Naives and Visionaries, NY, Dutton, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 1974
  12. Roger Cardinal, Outsider Art, New York, Praegar, 1972
  13. Michael Thevoz, Art Brut, New York: Rizzoli, 1976
  14. Jane Livingston, Black Folk Art in America 1930-1980, Center / Study of Southern Culture 1981
  15. Robert Bishop, Folk Painters in America, New York, Dutton  1979
  16. Oto-Bihalji-Merin, Modern Primitives, New York, Gallery Books
  17. Oto-Bihalji-Merin, Masters of Naïve Art, New York, McGraw-Hill, 1971
  18. Folk Sculpture U.S.A., Brooklyn Museum, New York, 1976
  19. Robert Ferris Thompson, Flash of the Spirit, New York, Vintage Books, 1984
  20. Selden Rodman, Genius in the Backlands, Devin-Adair
  21. Ute Stebich, Haitian Art.  Brooklyn Museum, Abrams, 1978
  22. John M. Vlach, The Afro-American tradition in Decorative Art, Cleveland Museum, 1978
  23. Chuck & Jan Rosenak, Enclyclopedia of 20th-Century American FolkArt & Artists, Abbeville NY
  24. Lynda Roscoe Hartigan, Made with Passion, Hemphill Folk Art Collection, Smithsonian 1990
  25. Marion Oettinger, Folk Treasures of Mexico, Nelson Rockefeller Collection, Abrams NY 1990
  26. Baking in the Sun, Visionary Images from the South, Univ. Art Museum, Lafayette, Lousinana
  27. James L. Wilson, Clemetine Hunter:  American Folk Artist, Pelican Publishing, Gretna 1988
  28. American Pictographic Images, Works by the Plains Indians, Alexander Gallery, NY, 1988
  29. Howard Rose, Unexpected Eloquence, Raymond Saroff Pbl.  w/Bard College, 1982, 1990
  30. Robert Bishop, American Folk Sculpture, Bonanza Books, New York 1985 (reprint)
  31. William Manns, Painted Ponies: American Carosel Art, Zon International 1986
  32. Primitivism in 20th Century Art, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1984
  33. Rumford & Weekley, Treasures of American Folk Art, Rockefeller Collection, Bulfinch Press 1989
  34. Black Art, Ancestral Legacy, African Impulse in African-American Art, Dallas Museum of Art 1989
  35. Nancy Sweezy, Raised in Clay, Southern Pottery Tradition, Smithsonian 1984
  36. John A. Burrison, Brothers in Clay: Story of Georgia Pottery, U. of Gerogia, Athens 1983
  37. Charles G. Zug III, Turners and Burners, Folk Potters of North Carolina, Univ. of N.C. Press, 1986
  38. William Edmondson, Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, 1981 exhibition catalogue
  39. Another Face of the Diamond, Intar Latin American Gallery, New York 1988, exhibition cat.
  40. American Folk Art: Herbert Waide Hemphill Jr. Collection, Milwaukee Art Museum, 1981
  41. It’ll Come True, Eleven Artist First and Last, Artists Alliance, Lafayette, Louisiana 1992
  42. Ashe:  Power to Make things Happen, Diggs Gallery, Winston-Salem, 1993
  43. Diving in the Spirit, Wake Forest University, Knoxville, TN. 1993
  44. Spirits, Geoffrey Holder Collection, Katonah Museum of Art, 1991
  45. Made with Passion:  Hemphill Folk Art Collection, Lynda Roscoe Hartigan, Smithsonian 1991
  46. Afro-American Folk Art & Crafts, Ed. William Ferris, Univ. Press of Mississippi, 1983
  47. Man & His Symbols, Ed. Carl G. Jung, Doublebay, New York  1964
  48. Passionate Visions of the American South, Alice Rae Yelen, New Orleans Museum, 1994
  49. Ellen Dissanayaki, Homo Aestheticus, Univ. of Washington Press, Seattle 1995
  50. Contemporary Art of Africa, ed. Andre Magnin, Abrams, New York 1995
  51. Africa Explores, Susan Vogel, Center for African Art, 1993
  52. Sacred  Arts of Haitian Voodoo, Ed. Donald Cosentino, UCLA Berkeley, 1995
  53. Antonin Artaud, MoMA, Abrams, New York, 1996
  54. Raw Creation, John Maizels, Phaedon Press, 1996
  55. The Spirit of Folk Art, Henry Glassie, Abrams, 1989
  56. An American Sampler, Folk Art from the Shelburn Museum, National Gallery, Washington 1987
  57. American Folk Art, William C. Ketchum, Jr. Todtri Productions, 1985