Sacred and profane : voice and vision in Southern self-taught art
Sacred and profane : voice and vision in Southern self-taught art / edited by Carol Crown and Charles Russell.
Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2007.
xxii, 286 p.,  p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.
- Other contributors
Russell, Charles, 1944-
Includes bibliographical references (p. -273) and index.
- Introduction / Carol Crown and Charles Russell
- Self-taught art, the Bible, and southern creativity / Charles Reagan Wilson
- Sacred spaces and mythmaking: a sociological perspective on southern environmental art / Frédéric Allamel
- More than meets the eye: visions of the sacred in southern self-taught art / Carol Crown
- The music of self-taught artist and evangelist Anderson Johnson / Ann Oppenheimer
- Lacrimae rerum: Eddie Owens Martin's Pasaquan / Dorothy M. Joiner
- George Andrews / Benny Andrews
- Nellie Mae Rowe: multiple contexts, multiple meanings / Lee Kogan
- A curious collaboration: Clementine Hunter's African house murals / Jessica Dallow
- Clementine Hunter: chronicler of African American Catholicism / Cheryl Rivers
- "It's about ideas": the art of Thornton Dial / Charles Russell
- Reinventing Gee's bend quilts in the name of art / Sally Anne Duncan
- Words and music: seeing Traylor in context / Susan M. Crawley
- Bil Traylor and the construction of outsider objectivity / Jennifer P. Borum.
- Kinsey subjects
1578069165 (cloth : alk. paper)
9781578069163 (cloth : alk. paper)