Retablo: "Miracle of the Cloak -Virgin of Guadalupe Appearing to Juan Diego" late 1800s by anonymous Mexican artist oil paint on tin 12.5" x 10" in gold leaf frame $1200 #11779
ExVoto: "Picador Grateful to Survive Bull's Attack" dated April 15, 1948 by anonymous Mexican artist oil paint on tin 10" x 12" mounted on raw silk in brown ornate frame 14.5" x 16.75" $1400 #11864
“The Relationship” by Michael Banks acrylic, mixed media on wood 24″ x 19.75″ in black shadowbox frame $950 #11463
“All Eyes on You II” by Brenda Davis marker, pen on paper 18″ x 12″ white archival mat in black frame $650 (10278)
Marcia Weber Art Objects is a gallery devoted to self-taught art including contemporary folk art and outsider art. It is filled with rare and one-of-a-kind works that can be viewed as the visual counterpart to jazz or blues music. A special focus for this gallery is art by artists who at first did not know they were creating art. Their works and creative methods often are shaped by available found materials and isolated life styles placing them outside the mainstream of American Fine Art. These artists' creative impulses are natural, without academic training. Inspired by their unique life experiences, and at times rural environments, they share memories, dreams and visions in their art.
Many gallery artists have Alabama connections and have works in prominent collections and museums worldwide including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the American Folk Art Museum.
This informal gallery in Montgomery, Alabama is open anytime by appointment and is filled with more 1000 works by many artists. Numerous, large exhibits have been presented by this gallery in New York, Chicago and Atlanta for twenty-five years. Purchased art works are shipped promptly worldwide.
Marcia Weber has enjoyed a close relationship with many artists in this field while actively preserving, documenting and collecting their art for more than forty years.
“Unchanged” by Michael Banks 2008, mixed media on wood, 24″ x 24″, black floater shadowbox frame, $1200 (9541)
"Tree of Life" c. 1987 by Mose Tolliver house paint on masonite 13.5" x 19.5" $2000 #11863
"All Around the Mulberry Bush" dated 1992 by Woodie Long acrylic on paper 18" x 24" in white archival mat, gold leaf frame $2700 Now on Sale $2100 #11591
"My Dream Island - Heaven on Earth" by Ruth Robinson acrylic on masonite 36" x 24" in black shadowbox frame $2400 #11751
"Family Night at the River" by Sarah Rakes acrylic on wood panel and wood frame 21.75" x 27.5" $975 #11519
"Cheetah on the Mountain" by Howard Finster #7270 dated Feb 8, 1988 11" x 27" enamel paint on wooden cut out ON SALE NOW $7000 #11309