Madge Gill (1882–1961), born Maude Ethel Eades, was an English outsider and visionary artist.  She created thousands of mediumistic works, most done with ink in black and white. The works came in all sizes, from postcard-sized to huge sheets of fabric, some over 30 feet long. The artist claimed to be guided by a spirit she called “Myrninerest” (my inner rest) and often signed her works in this name. What a fascinating story!

I invite you to learn more details about Magde Gill here.

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