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Fearrington's Folk Art Show

Saturday, February 23rd - Sunday, February 24th

Missionary Mary

Our annual Folk Art Show features the work of self-taught artists who are deeply influenced by the spirit of folk art, raw vision, naïve art, primitivism and outsider art. You’ll see whimsical paintings, sculptures, pottery and all sorts of work to get your imagination flowing. Fearrington has garnered a reputation for bringing together an eclectic group of outsider artists who represent some of the most interesting work to be found in the folk art world. We hope you’ll experience it for yourself! All sales proceeds benefit the artists directly. Fearrington takes no commission from the artists, nor does Fearrington charge a booth fee to the artists selected for the show. Entry is $5 at the door.

Celebrate the show by joining us for the Collector’s Preview on Friday, February 22nd from 7-9pm. Buy art, have conversations with the artists about their work, and enjoy a drink and light hors d’oeurves. It’s a great way to welcome the start of one of our favorite weekends of the year. Tickets are $35 per person and include entry for the whole weekend (because only one evening isn’t nearly enough). Buy your tickets here.

2019 Artists

  • Stephanie Astalos Jones
  • Chris Beck
  • Josh Cote’
  • Fleetwood Covington
  • Danny Doughty
  • Jeanne Flint
  • James Floyd*
  • Riley Foster
  • Charlie Frye
  • Theresa Gloster
  • Thomas Graham
  • Jackie Haliburton
  • Chris “Chub” Hubbard
  • Cap Man
  • Bailey Jack
  • Mike Jones
  • Crystal King
  • Tim & Lisa Kluttz
  • Amy Lansburg
  • CM & Grace Laster
  • Eric Legge
  • Peter Loose
  • Jennifer May
  • Mark May
  • Brian Mergenthaler
  • Lee Neary*
  • Lara O’Keefe
  • Missionary Mary Proctor
  • Sarah Rakes
  • Cher Shaffer
  • Hamidou Sissoko
  • John Sperry
  • Tom Steck
  • Très Taylor

*new or returning artist
This list is subject to change.
For more information about the show, email

From the Fearrington Blog

Meet The Artists: William Broc...

William Brock is a self-taught artist born and raised in Sequatichie County, Tennessee. For over twenty years he supervised high-rise and commercial construction across the Southeast, but in the late 90s, he moved back to Tennessee and settled into his vision of semi-retirement....