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Title Souls grown deep : African American vernacular art of the South.

Imprint Atlanta, Ga. : Tinwood Books ; [New York, N.Y.] : In Association with the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, the New York Public Library, c2000-


Location Call No. Status
 GDL Brand Library Non-Fiction    704.0396 SOU  v.2    DUE 10-10-17 Billed
 GDL Brand Library Storage Reference    709.75 SOU v.1    Available
Edition 1st ed.
Description v. : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 33 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents v. 1. The tree gave the dove a leaf -- v. 2. Once that river starts to flow.
v. 1. Map -- An introduction to other rivers -- Life behind the wall : a call to respond / Andrew Young -- An artist goes back to the ocean / Lonnie Holley -- In pursuit of new freedoms / John Lewis -- More than previously imagined / Howard Dodson -- Vernacular art : a palpable expression / Roger Cardinal -- "I always wanted to be free" / Vincent Harding -- Beyond Borobudur / William Arnett -- African roots, American branches : tradition and transformation in African American self-taught art / Babatunde Lawal -- The African artist / Roy Sieber -- Tradition and continuum in African American folk art / Jack L. Lindsey -- The hidden charms of the Deep South / Paul Arnett, William Arnett, Robert Hobbs, Theophus Smith, Maude Southwell Wahlman -- William Edmondson : the geometry of vision : the work of William Edmondson -- Eldren M. Bailey : whitewash -- Vernon Burwell : le garage ravi de Rocky Mount : an essay on Vernon Burwell -- Root sculpture : tornadoes inside eggs -- Ralph Griffin : "then the whisper put on flesh" -- Bessie Harvey : "God is the artist" -- Bessie Harvey -- The root sculptures of Thornton Dial : a newtork of ideas -- Lonnie Holley : pulling on the root --Jesse Aaron : nobody leaves empty-handed -- Ulysses Davis -- Leroy Almon -- Herbert Singleton : secular and sacred.
(continue) Big Al and J. P. Scott : folk art in New Orleans -- Dilmus Hall : blue hands -- Steve Ashby -- Archie Byron : anatomically correct -- James "Son" Thomas : inside the jook joint : blues and sculpture in the life of James Thomas -- Juanita Rogers : mud woman -- Jimmy Lee Sudduth : cutting to the slice -- Bill Traylor : mysteries -- The word in their hands -- Gertrude Morgan -- Nellie Mae Rowe : inside the perimeter -- Minnie Evans -- Clementine Hunter -- Anderson Johnson -- Contemporary African American folk portraiture -- Sam Doyle : the news from Frogmore -- Mose Tolliver : picture maker -- "Tree roots, that's what I started with" -- Lorenzo Scott -- Theodore Hill -- J. T. McCord -- Half-told tales : some thoughts on African American self-taught art as narrative -- Arthur Dial : "a record of what went by" -- Luster Willis : templates -- Henry Speller : handy man -- Georgia Speller : folk theory : laughing with Legba -- George Andrews : "the Dot Man" -- Frank Jones : drawings from the devil house -- William L. Hawkins : photographic memory -- Alyne Harris -- Richard Burnside -- Royal Robertson : night vision -- Sandy Hall : a look at myself -- John B. Murray : the handwriting on the wall -- Painting out of a corner -- Notes on African American vernacular art in the age of globalization / Jerry Cullum -- Revolutionary democratic art from the cultural commonwealth of Afro America / Amiri Baraka -- Self-taught art and the conscience of museums / Maxwell L. Anderson.
Subject Arnett, William -- Art collections.
African American art -- Southern States.
African American artists -- Southern States.
African American folk art -- Southern States.
Outsider art -- Southern States.
Added Author Arnett, Paul.
Arnett, William.
Added Title African American vernacular art of the South
The tree gave the dove a leaf.
Once that river starts to flow.
ISBN 0965376605 (v. 1)
9780965376600 (v. 1)
096537663X (v. 2)
9780965376631 (v. 2)

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