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Posted by on Jan 16, 2011 in Adults, Blog, Drawing, Outsider Art | 16 comments

The Electric Pencil.

The Electric Pencil.

 The Electric Pencil.

 The Electric Pencil.

 The Electric Pencil.

I received one of the latest issues of Raw Vision Magazine and what a wonderful surprise I found in it. The mysterious case of an artist known as The Electric Pencil. He or she (this artist’s identity is still a mystery) created an album with 283 drawings that was rescued from a trash heap in 1970.

The artist was a patient at State Lunatic Asylum in Nevada Missouri around 1910. I am fascinated with this case and with the beauty of the art. To learn more about it visit the official web-site of The Electric Pencil.

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16 Comments

  1. These are really cool! Thank you for sharing, I had never heard of this artist.

  2. Thank you for a sunday-dose of inspiration.
    Have a lovely weekend with your beloved family.

  3. Well, well, well! This certainly caught my eye!! So very interesting… will check more into it!!
    By the way, lovely blog!

  4. Thank you for the link to the electric pencil. It’s very intriguing! I love your all of your beautiful art.
    xoxo,
    ~Sena

  5. Sometimes I wonder if some artists were misunderstood and weren’t really supposed to be in these places. Have you ever watched the movie “Séraphine”? I still wonder what happened with her.

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  7. i love these drawings
    they have so much to tell us

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  12. It’s one I’ll remember. It’s so inspiring and gives me a new perspective on challenges in life. I will especially remember this line, “As long as I wake up to a new day every morning, no matter what the circumstances are, I am always sure that everything will be alright.” Thank you for being so willing to share.

  13. Beautiful images!

    I thought you might be interested to know the Artist’s name is James Edward Deeds, and is mentioned on the Electric Pencil website.

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