The small town of Fayette, AL has a noteworthy folk art collection with large holdings of the works of Jimmy Lee Sudduth and Lois Wilson, two well-known visionary local artists. Jimmy Lee mostly painted with mud and sand until later in life. Lois was educated and exposed to the world away from Alabama, but retains a singular, outsider-art style. We took a day trip with some friends to see the Fayette Art Museum and took lots of photos. The above piece is by Jimmy Lee Sudduth.
Saints by Lois Wilson
Cotton pickers and cotton wagon by Jimmy Lee Sudduth
Football players by Jimmy Lee Sudduth
Toilet seats by Lois Wilson
Gords in the basement, Benjamin Perkins