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Major offerings
by these artists:

Leroy Almon
Alpha Andrews

Hope Atkinson
Michael Banks
Rudolph Bostic
Anne Buffum
Richard Burnside
Lisa Cain
Tory Casey
Calvin Cooper
Ed Crowell II
Brenda Davis
Theresa Disney
Mike Esslinger

Howard Finster
Don Gahr
Sybil Gibson
Lee Godie
Dorethey Gorham
Annie Grgich
Haitian Artists
Herman Hayes
Spencer Herr
Teneco Hunter
James Harold Jennings
Jean Lake
Arbon Lane
Eric Legge
Woodie Long
Peter Loose
Annie Lucas
Charlie Lucas
Erika Marquardt
Frank McGuigan
R.A. Miller
Roy Minshew
Roger Mitchell
Bennie Morrison
J.B. Murry
Bruce New
Pak Nichols
B.F. Perkins
John Phillips
Sarah Rakes
Clay Rice
Ruth Robinson
William Sezah
Welmon Sharlhorne
Bernice Sims
Jimmie Lee Sudduth
Ionel Talpazan
Wanda Teel
Annie Tolliver
Mose Tolliver
Della Wells
Myrtice West
Mary Whitfield
David Zeldis
Malcah Zeldis

Other artists in
the Gallery::

Minnie Adkins
Anonymous Artists
Z.B. Armstrong
Pat Astoske
Ray Brown
Jerry Coker
Chuck Crosby
Vic Genaro
Alma Hall
Bertha Halozan
Joseph Hardin
Lonnie Holley
M.C. "5 Cent" Jones
Andy Kane
Fred Kessler
Reverend J.A. King
Calvin Livingstone
Hogg Mattingly
Jessie Lee Mitchell
Reginald Mitchell
Matilda Pennic
John Rhodes
Juanita Rogers
Jack Savitsky
Robert E. Smith
Julia Wilson Starke
Q.J. Stephenson
William Thompson
Tolliver Family
Bill Traylor
Daniel Troppy
Elmira Wade
Derek Webster
Fred Webster
Annie West
Willie White
Aritst Chuckie Williams
Artis Wright


Marcia Weber Art Objects

Outsider Art • Contemporary Folk Art •
Self-Taught Art

This gallery, founded in 1991, buys and sells rare and unusual one-of-a-kind works of art created by self-taught artists. A special focus for the gallery is the art of contemporary folk and of outsider artists whose works and creative methods are often shaped by available found materials and isolated lifestyles, which place them outside the mainstream of American fine art.

The informal gallery in Montgomery, Alabama is open anytime, by appointment, and is filled with a large inventory of works by many artists from various areas of the United States. Exhibitions have been presented by the gallery in New York, Chicago and Atlanta.

Marcia Weber has enjoyed a close personal relationship with many artists in this field while actively collecting their art for more than twenty years.


"Alabama Self-Taught Masters: Lonnie Holley, Charlie Lucas and MoseTolliver"
February 18 - April 30

"Bird in Landscape with Blue-Grey Tree Form" c. 1973 by Mose Tolliver oil paint on cardboard 9" x 9.25", $1600 (11160)

"Cutting the Dinosair (sic) Out" c. 1996 acrylic on incised wood by Charlie Lucas 18.5" x 61" $2300 (11131)

Beige Flower Forms on Child's Chalkboard c.1974, by Mose Tolliver 14.75" x 12" x .5" oil on wood, slate $1800 (11156)

"The Eye Will Catch It" 1991 by Lonnie Holley acrylic on poster paper in black metal frame 2.5" 8 ply mat $1850 (11121)

About This Site:

More than seven hundred images by many artists can be viewed on this site.
To inquire about the purchase of art, please contact the gallery by e mail, telephone, fax or U.S. Mail. All major credit cards are accepted by the gallery and purchases are shipped promptly, normally within 24 hours of purchase.

This gallery strives to maintain a long standing client base by offering an open return policy within ten days of receipt and 100% satisfaction for any purchase. Many works are framed in an archival manner and noted in the caption. Please contact the gallery by phone (334) 262-5349, e-mail, or through our contact form on the page for any painting to purchase or for more information on any artwork. More information on purchasing art and gallery policies can be found here.