What's to Come:

An Outsider Art Survey in a Window

July 31 - August 30, 2020

Outsiders and Others Art Society is excited to share with Vancouver a collection of works by outsider artists from Canada and beyond.


This exhibit is an opportunity to learn about the genre of Outsider Art by viewing works by some artists that are respected in the field.

Please contact us at outsidersandothers@gmail.com for availability and pricing 

Howard Finster (USA, 1916-2001) was an American artist and Baptist minister from Georgia. Heclaimed to be inspired by God to spread the gospel through the design of his swampy land intoParadise Garden, a folk art sculpture garden with over 46,000 pieces of art.



Howard Finster

Yoke of Faith

Silk screen on fabric

Open edition

18" x 13"

George Gordienko (Canada, 1928-2002), was a Canadian professional wrestler and artist. Born of first generation Ukrainian and Cossack-Canadian parents in North Winnipeg, Manitoba.



George Gordienko

Untitled (grouping)

Mixed media on found wood

24” x 6” 


George Gordienko

Mad Hatter

Mixed media on found wood

29” x 8” x 8"


George Gordienko

Untitled (small head)

Mixed media on found wood

6” x 3" x 3"

Amy Rice (USA), is a fine artist and printmaker from the Midwest who creates work that connects to childhood memeories of growing up on a farm.


Amy Rice

Installation Project

Stencil with mixed media

20.5” x 16.5”


Amy Rice

Closed System (You Have Been the Wind in My Sails)

Stencil with mixed media

16.5” x 20.5”

Damian Michaels (Australia), At the age of eight, Michaels experienced his first epiphany, in the form of a visitation from his dead cousin Annie. Michaels has experienced various levels of openness to visionary experience, although he believes that in general children ‘experience déjà vu and other phenomena more regularly than adults’, who are somewhat ‘dulled to their world’.


Damian Michaels

Untitled (00189)

Ink on paper

8” x 11.5”


Damian Michaels

Untitled (00191)

Ink on paper

5.75” x 8.25”

Anne Grgich (USA), is one of the most original and innovative of the group of American artists known as “Outsiders.” Completely self-taught, her work was the cover story of Raw Vision Magazine in 2004, she became known for her impassioned, expressionistic faces and figures.

Anne Grgich

Butterfly Girl

12” x 12”

Mixed media

Fahima Lalli (USA), is from Afghanistan and has always been a spiritual person. At one point in her life she started waking up in the middle of the night finding that she has created images that represent faces which she feels are lost souls. All of her work is created in an unconcious state.


Fahima Lalli

20 Faces

Acrylic on paper

10” x 8”

Jack Procter (Canada), is a painter, sculptor and maker of intricate collages. Inspired by
Alexander Calder, Joan Miro, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, the Inuit, Frank Stella, Henri Matisse and Jean Dubuffet, Procter’s “RAW ART RAW VISION” draws upon intuition, design, assemblage, and the art outsider French movement of art brut, "raw art" or "rough art" often associated with the work of Dubuffet.

Jack Procter

Lippy Potato Head

25” x 17” x 10”

Enamel on wood and metal

W. C. Rice (USA, 1930-2004), a visionary folk figure, was born in Bibb County, Alabama. Rev. Rice was, by his own appraisal, not an artist but a born again man on a mission to save souls and warn others of the dangers of sinful living.



W.C. Rice

Hell is Hot

3.5” x 31”

Paint on found object

Bill Borden (USA), loves to create images of the everyday in bold colours, and with strong lines.  This heavy hand is consistent in all of his work which is part of it's power and connection to pop art of the 60's.


Bill Borden


Pencil, pastel on paper

6.5” x 5”


Bill Borden


Pencil, pastel on paper

6.5” x 5”

Mr. Imagination (USA, 1948-2012), also know as Gregory Warmack, was an American outsider artist who worked in a variety of forms and his work often made use of sandstone and bottlecaps.



Gregory Warmack aka Mr. Imagination


Mixed media

44” long