Just Folk Art Gallery

We love what we do and are excited by each new discovery we make in our chosen field of Tribal Art. The last thirty-39 years have been an exciting time in the my field focusing primarily on the Arts of Africa, the Americas, and the Pacific. However, for over 15 years I have had a fascination with the visceral quality of folk art and the ability it has to evoke many of the passions I have for Tribal art. Additionally, it makes me smile, and maybe broadens our view of art in general.   I have introduced to my website, Just Folk Art, which offers fun, whimsical and interesting art forms that capture the spirit of the creative impulse and offer instant aesthetic gratification. We hope you enjoy it.

Make sure to watch the videos down below to learn more about some of the artists we have featured in our Just Folk Art Gallery!

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At the request of our clients some prices are not quoted on the site but can be obtained by request. We are responsive to these privacy concerns especially from public institutions and dealers. If you are not a serious buyer please don’t use the price request service to determine values for your objects. Request our appraisal services. We are glad to help. 

learn more about our folk artists

Scooter Orsburn outsider artist discusses life, art, and his world
Scooter Orsburn discusses life, art, and his world. Scooter is an outsider artist who started his career painting hand saws. His work can be seen at www.arttrak.com. contact John Buxton at jbuxton@arttrak.com or 972-239-4620. Buxton has been an appraiser on Antiques Roadshow since its first season in 1996.
Contemporary southern folk artist Ken Gentle discusses his techniques, influences, background and inspiration.