A well-collected gallery must include Folk Art wall art. Informal in practice, yet no less poignant than photography or abstract, it is destined to become the defining note of any curation.
While formal training is not typically adhered to in folk art—perspective is often non-apparent and forms do not limit themselves to actualities—it is nonetheless inviting. Colors captivate and abstractions engage and mystify. Hang these pieces among your other art for a look that feels objective yet unexpected.