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Visiting an exhibition in person is a much richer experience than visiting online. Why not leave a comment to share your thoughts and impressions with others?

I really enjoyed the stories behind many of these artists, even if I didn't fully appreciate what they had created. Personally, I enjoyed the work of Purvis Young the most.

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Lloyd - 3.15.2013 - 4:25 PM
Very quiet and pleasant visit. Too strict about water bottles.

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Anonymous - 3.15.2013 - 4:12 PM
I like some paintings. However I did not like the other side if the exhibition which is the vilonce side of it !!!why there are a lot of nudes???and also it is quite expensive.

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Sultan M - 3.14.2013 - 4:58 PM
I like the place but there are a lot of nude pictures which is I don't understand... Some of the things are meaningless and everyone can draw it. I think you should reduce the price to 5$ or even make it free.

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Omar Al - 3.14.2013 - 4:54 PM
The art was very creative and Amazing. I loved the pieces.

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Sultana Y. - 3.14.2013 - 4:29 PM
This was very cool

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Mia - 3.14.2013 - 4:28 PM
Truly magical, in the best sense of the word. It's consistently amazing to me how the artistic impulse comes forth despite surrounding privations and poverty, especially from those artists who were institutionalized.

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Steve Collins - 3.14.2013 - 3:23 PM
Great and Mighty, absolutely.What a fun afternoon and a great time with my 8 year old.The art has inspired her to return home and create.

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Lisa - 3.14.2013 - 1:27 PM
I loved the show! But I don't think any women were represented. Any women outsider artists?

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Mary Hale - 3.13.2013 - 3:40 PM
I could spend all day in this exhibit, I really enjoyed every bit of it, especially the found object assemblages. The other day a friend asked me if I had any blank canvasses to spare, as if that were the only thing holding them back from creating. The artists featured here don't seem to have any kind of inhibition which I find really inspiring. Everyone has the ability to create masterpieces if only they apply themselves. I think the idea that art needs to be realistic is still a huge creative block for people, and that often times skill or talent are completely subjective.

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Jamie Williams - 3.12.2013 - 3:22 PM
The most interesting piece, I have to say, is Blue Monday. This whole exhibition is very creative, and also add new meaning the word "art". But for some pieces, please just forgive my ignorance and insensitivity towards arts, are really hard to enjoy. Just like second-grade coloring homework. Sorry. I like the new device, we can control the pace of touring.

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Wendy - 3.10.2013 - 4:57 PM
I discovered for the first time Ellis Ruley and Joseph Yoakum and love them both.

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Anonymous - 3.10.2013 - 3:46 PM
Outsider Art is a very unique and a wonderful glimpse into art that is at risk of being forgotten. I love proletariat art!!

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Anonymous - 3.10.2013 - 1:41 PM
Art can change any community

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Twins Plus One - 3.10.2013 - 1:41 PM
Buffalo!

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Maddie - 3.10.2013 - 1:40 PM
visiting from San Diego.. Blew my mind

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Thomas F - 3.10.2013 - 12:34 PM
so so cool...

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dawn z - 3.10.2013 - 12:33 PM
whole new meaning to Blue Monday.

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Ben - 3.10.2013 - 12:32 PM
there was a lot of texture in all of the pictures and i really liked how they used found stuff. my favorite work was simon sparrow assemblage with faces. i like how he used small things and made them into faces. i really liked it.

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lincoln age 8 - 3.10.2013 - 12:21 PM
We like how the pictures are three dimensional...We also liked how the artists used many colors. Our favorite pice was assemblage with faces by Simon Sparrow.

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Abby and Juliana age 8 - 3.10.2013 - 12:17 PM

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