American Folk Art Museum
Magazine
Folk Art (formerly The Clarion) was published between winter 1971 and fall 2008. High-quality, digital, and text-searchable scans of each issue are available here or by clicking on the title of individual issues below.

Many back issues are also available for purchase for $10 plus shipping. To order, contact the shop at 212. 595. 9533, ext. 124, or giftshop@folkartmuseum.org.

The digitization and launch of the online archive has been made possible by a generous grant from Museum Trustee Karin Fielding and her husband, Dr. Jonathan Fielding, which matched funding from the Friends of Heritage Preservation. These grants were spurred by a gift from the American Folk Art Society.
Index of all Issues
Folk Art 33 (Fall 2008)
• Martín Ramírez: The Last Works, by Brooke Davis Anderson
• The Cosmic Visions of Ed Nelson, by Peter Hastings Falk
• Finding the Other Henry Gudgell Walking Stick: An Odyssey, by Allan Weiss
• Conversation with Mary Evans, collector of Odd Fellows objects

On the flipside:
Fully illustrated exhibition catalog: The Seduction of Light: Ammi Phillips | Mark Rothko Compositions in Pink, Green, and Red
• The Seduction of Light: Ammi Phillips | Mark Rothko Compositions in Pink, Green, and Red, by Stacy C. Hollander
• Mark Rothko: The Training of a Future Artist, by Bonnie Clearwater

Folk Art 32, no. 3 (Fall 2007)
• Gilded Lions and Jeweled Horses: The Synagogue to the Carousel, by Murray Zimiles
• The Construction of a Carousel: Clues to an Industry from the Frederick Fried Archives, by Cara Zimmerman
• The Man of Many Vases: John Hewson, Calico Printer, by Kimberly Wulfert
• Stonewares Light and Dark: The Nature and Importance of the Kirkpatricks’ Anna Pottery, by Richard D. Mohr
• “. . . made for love of creation”: Thoughts on the Art of Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, by Lisa Stone
• Conversation with collector John Foster

Folk Art 32, no. 2 (Spring/Summer 2007)
• The Great Cover-up: American Rugs on Beds, Tables, and Floors, by Lee Kogan
• Costumed by Hand: Yesteryear’s Best-Dressed Paper Dolls, by Francine Kirsch
• The Telling Books of Gayleen Aiken, by Lyle Rexer
• Josep Pujiula i Vila’s Labyrinthine Environment, by Jo Farb Hernández
• Conversation with John Maizels, editor of Raw Vision magazine

Folk Art 32, no. 1 (Winter 2007)
• Martín Ramírez: Motifs and Memory, by Brooke Davis Anderson
• The Business of an American Folk Portrait Painter: Isaac Augustus Wetherby, by Michael R. Payne and Suzanne Rudnick Payne
• The Taxonomist: Gregory L. Blackstock, by Katharine Harmon
• Conversation with Jason Bitner, cofounder of Found magazine

Folk Art 31, no. 3 (Fall 2006)
• A Deaf Artist in Early America: The Worlds of John Brewster Jr., by Paul S. D’Ambrosio
• A Curious, Compelling Enigma: Felipe Jésus Consalvos, by Edward M. Gómez
• Graffiti 2006: The Scrawl of the Wild, by Zephyr
• We Were Here: Marks, Monikers, and the Boxcar Art Tradition, by Matthew Burns
• Conversation with photographer Kendall Messick about artist Gordon Brinckle

Folk Art 31, nos. 1–2 (Spring/Summer 2006)
• White on White (and a little gray), by Stacy C. Hollander
• Concrete Kingdom: Sculptures by Nek Chand, by Brooke Davis Anderson
• The Advent and Unlikely Reemergence of Mingering Mike, by Tom Patterson
• Hand and Heart Shall Never Part: A Study of Basket-Weave Scherenschnitte, by Leslie S. May
• Joseph Bohannon: Ship Portraitist of the Chesapeake, by R. Lewis Wright
• Conversation with the makers of the film Junebug

Folk Art 30, no. 4 (Winter 2005/2006)
• Obsessive Drawing, by Brooke Davis Anderson
• Surface Attraction: Painted Furniture from the Collection, by Stacy C. Hollander
• Roses and Thorns: The Life of Susanna Paine, by Michael R. Payne and Suzanne Rudnick Payne
• Passing Thoughts on Passing Things: Real Photo Postcards, by Todd Alden
• Conversation with Mr. T memorabilia collector Greg Rivera

Folk Art 30, no. 3 (Fall 2005)
• Coming into Focus: Steve Harley (1863–1947), by Barbara R. Luck
• A Stately Chest Befitting Its Owner: Jacob Kniskern’s Schoharie County Chest, by Andrew Albertson
• Intuitive Eyes: Individualistic and Visionary, Jamaica’s Legendary Self-Taught Artists Have Helped a Nation Find Its Soul, by Edward M. Gómez
• Outside In: The End of Outsider Art, by Lyle Rexer
• Conversation with collector Jim Linderman

Folk Art 30, no. 2 (Summer 2005)
• Self and Subject, by Lee Kogan
• Ancestry and Innovation: African American Art from the Collection, by Stacy C. Hollander and Brooke Davis Anderson
• The Shipcarvers’ Art: Figureheads in Nineteenth-Century New York and Boston, by Ralph Sessions
• Carved by Asa Ames: A Chance Discovery Brings New Facts to Light, by Laura Lee
• Frank Johnson: Comic Book Artist, by Dan Nadel
• Conversation with filmmaker and curator Roger Manley

Folk Art 30, no. 1 (Spring 2005)
• Folk Art Revealed, by Stacy C. Hollander and Brooke Davis Anderson
• Homemade Healing Power: After Years on the Margins of the Outsider Art World, Emery Blagdon’s Legendary Sculptures and Paintings Finally Emerge, by Edward M. Gómez
• In Search of John Usher Parsons, by Ralph and Susanne Katz
• Outsider Photography: A Dialogue, by John Turner, Deborah Klochko, and Roger Cardinal

Folk Art 29, no. 4 (Winter 2004/2005)
• To Please the Eye: Justus Da Lee and His Family, by Suzanne Rudnick Payne and Michael R. Payne
• Anna Zemánková: The Flowers of Passion, by Terezie Zemánková
• A Newly Discovered Needlework School in New York State, by Leslie and Peter Warwick
• Old World, New Country: The Life and Art of Joseph Garlock, by Martha Watterson

Folk Art 29, no. 3 (Fall 2004)
• Blue, by Stacy C. Hollander
• Evidence of Abridgment in Eddie Arning’s Art, and Its Importance, by Pamela Jane Sachant
• David Augur: Little-Known Vermont Folk Painter, by Arthur and Sybil Kern
• Howard Finster’s “First Picture Book,” by Tom Patterson

Folk Art 29, nos. 1–2 (Spring/Summer 2004)
• Talking Quilts, by Stacy C. Hollander
• Parallel or Precedent: Patterned Brickwork Architecture and Quaker Needlework, by Damon Tvaryanas
• Coming Home! Self-Taught Artists, the Bible, and the American South, by Carol Crown
• Alexander Bogardy: Singular Pursuits, by Margaret Parsons and Marsha Orgeron

Folk Art 28, no. 4 (Winter 2003/2004)
• Recent Gifts to the American Folk Art Museum: A Collection Sampler, by Stacy C. Hollander and Brooke Davis Anderson
• Missionary, Preacher, Artist: Excerpts from Tools of Her Ministry: The Art of Sister Gertrude Morgan, by William A. Fagaly
• A Spiritual Refuge: Five Early Works by Nek Chand, by Cheryl Rivers
• Painted by Abiah S. Warren, by Michael R. Payne and Suzanne Rudnick Payne

Folk Art 28, no. 3 (Fall 2003)
• Five Vernacular Visionaries: International Outsider Art in Context, by Annie Carlano
• The Reconciliation Quilt: Lucinda Ward Honstain’s Pictorial Diary of an American Era, by Melissa Stewart Jurgena and Patricia Cox Crews
• Christ Triumphant: Frank W. Baldwin’s Painting of the Crucifixion, by Celene Ryan
• A Question of Ethics: Exploitation in the Field of Contemporary Folk Art, by Jean Ellen Jones

Folk Art 28, no. 2 (Summer 2003)
• The Gladstone Collection of Baseball Art, by Elizabeth V. Warren
• Vestie Davis, Brookln Painter, in His Own Words: Interviews from 1961 to 1965, by Gloria Bley Miller
• William Schimmel: Cumberland County Image Maker, 1817–1890, by Karl H. Pass

Folk Art 28, no. 1 (Spring 2003)
• Fraktur Treasures from the Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center, by Deborah M. Rebuck and Candace Kintzer Perry
• Tokens of Rememberance: Two Rediscovered Potraits by Erastus Salisbury Field, by Robert P. Emlen
• The Highwaymen: Fast Times and Fast Painting, by Gary Monroe

Folk Art 27, no. 4 (Winter 2002/2003)
• St. Adolf-Giant Creation: The Art of Adolf Wölfli, by Elka Spoerri and Daniel Baumann
• Martin Ramirez Revisited, by Randall Morris
• Nathaniel Seymour Pottery, West Hartford, Connecticut, by Vincent DiCicco

Folk Art 27, no. 3 (Fall 2002)
• Painted Parlors: Jacob Maentel’s Ornamented Interiors, by Ann Eckert Brown
• Street Savvy: The Urban Street Art of Curtis Cuffie, Kevin Sampson, and Anthony Dominguez, by Tom Patterson
• Thomas Hanford Wentworth: Little-Known Early American Limner, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern
• The Shirley K. Schlafer Library: A Resource for the Study of Folk Art, by Gerard C. Wertkin

Folk Art 27, no. 2 (Summer 2002)
• American Anthem: Masterworks from the American Folk Art Museum, Two Perspectives, by Stacy C. Hollander and Brooke Davis Anderson
• Jacob Kass: Painted Saws and Drawings in the American Folk Art Museum’s Collection, by Lee Kogan
• Genealogical Iconography and the New England Family, by D. Brenton Simons

Folk Art 27, no. 1 (Spring 2002)
• A Celebration: The American Folk Art Museum Opens on 53rd Street, by Gerard C. Wertkin and Riccardo Salmona

Folk Art 26, no. 4 (Winter 2001/2002)
• In Sorrow and Hope: Creative Responses to Tragedy, by Jenifer P. Borum and Lisa Ross
• A New Museum Building Goes Up in New York, by Raul Barreneche
• American Radiance: The Ralph Esmerian Gift, by Stacy C. Hollander
• The Henry Darger Collection at the American Folk Art Museum, by Brooke Davis Anderson

Folk Art 26, no. 3 (Fall 2001)
• Quilted Constructions: The Spirit of Design, by Suzannah Schatt
• Hawkins Bolden, by J. Scott Ogden
• Silhouette Portraiture in America: A Fully Developed Form of Folk Expression, by Vincent DiCicco

Folk Art 26, no. 2 (Summer 2001)
• The Museum at Forty: Four Decades of Achievement, by Gerard C. Wertkin
• An American Birthday Card: Old Glory in Folk Art, by Kit Hinrichs and Delphine Hirasuna
• Essays from The Clarion and Folk Art, Fall 1975 through Summer 2001: A Subject Index, by Alissa L. Bouler

Folk Art 26, no. 1 (Spring 2001)
• ABCD: A Collection of Art Brut, by Jenifer P. Borum
• William Rice: At the Sign of the Lion, by Susan P. Schoelwer
• Native Quilting: A Long and Enduring Tradition, by Marsha L. MacDowell

Folk Art 25, no. 4 (Winter 2000/2001)
• Cultural Imprints on the Landscape: Excerpts from Traveling the Rainbow: The Life and Art of Joseph E. Yoakum, by Derrel B. Depasse
• Where’s the Cow? A New Look at Motifs on American Fraktur, by Russell Earnest and Corinne Earnest
• Artists’ Artists: The Instructive Relationship between Self-Taught and Academically Trained Artists, by Jenifer P. Borum

Folk Art 25, no. 3 (Fall 2000)
• Drawn Home: Fritz Vogt’s Rural New York, by W. Parker Hayes Jr.
• An Engagement with Folk Art: Cyril I. Nelson’s Gifts to the Museum, by Elizabeth V. Warren
• Flight or Fancy? The Secret Life of Charles A.A. Dellschau, by Tracy Baker-White

Folk Art 25, no. 2 (Summer 2000)
• The Collages of C.T. McClusky, by John Turner
• New England Paint-Decorated Chests: Discoveries of Attributions, by David Krashes
• The Rosenak Archives at the Museum of American Folk Art, by Lee Kogan

Folk Art 25, no. 1 (Spring 2000)
• The Art of William Edmondson at Cheekwood, by Rusty Freeman
• Finding the Missing Man: Carl Worner’s Bottle Whimsies, by Susan D. Jones
• American Gardens and Quilts: Design Parallels and Preferences in the Nineteenth Century, by Susan Curtis, Carolyn Ducey, and Patricia Cox Crews

Folk Art 24, no. 4 (Winter 1999/2000)
• Found and Profound: The Art of James Castle, by Tom Trusky
• Millennial Missionary: William Alvin Blayney, by Brooke Davis Anderson
• Empire State Mosaic: The Folk Art of New York, by Paul S. D’Ambrosio
• American Masonic Ritual Paintings, by William D. Moore

Folk Art 24, no. 3 (Fall 1999)
• Millennial Dreams: Vision and Prophecy in American Folk Art, by Gerard C. Wertkin
• Edward Hicks: Ornamental Painter, by Carolyn J. Weekley and Scott W. Nolley
• The Visionary Drawings of Chelo Gonzalez Amezcua, by Jenifer P. Borum

Folk Art 24, no. 2 (Summer 1999)
• Amish Quilts in the Museum of American Folk Art, by Elizabeth V. Warren
• Was J.A. Davis Jane Anthony Davis? New Supporting Evidence, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern
• A Spiritual Journey: Architecture and Visionary Experience in the Art of Eddie Lee Kendrick, by Alice Rae Yelen

Folk Art 24, no. 1 (Spring 1999)
• Building for the Future, by Stacy C. Hollander
• Queena Stovall: Reflections of a Country Life, by Barbara Rothermel
• A Tooth for a Tooth: The Dentist in American Folk Art, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern

Folk Art 23, no. 4 (Winter 1998/1999)
• Nellie Mae Rowe, by Lee Kogan
• More Than a Pretty Face: The Art of Sybil Gibson, by John Hood
• The Enchantment of the Magic Lake: The Origin and Iconography of a Nineteenth-Century Sandpaper Drawing, by Shelley R. Langdale
• Marble Dust Drawings in the Collection of the Museum of American Folk Art, by Stacy C. Hollander

Folk Art 23, no. 3 (Fall 1998)
• Gifts of Marquetry from the Hirschhorn Foundation to the Museum of American Folk Art, by Richard Mühlberger
• Bert, by Julia Weissman
• Herbert Waide Hemphill Jr., 1929–1998, by Tanya Heinrich
• The Mystery of J. Brown, by Elizabeth V. Warren
• Beyond Belief: The Flustering Truth of Sideshow Banner Art, by Michael McCabe

Folk Art 23, no. 2 (Summer 1998)
• Mary Ann Willson: Artist Maid, by Stacy C. Hollander
• Edge to Edge: Selections from Studio Art Quilt Associates, by Stacy C. Hollander
• George E. Morgan: Self-Taught Maine Artist, by Chippy Irvine
• In the Mind’s Eye: Egypt and Self-Mythification in the Art of Mr. Imagination, by Hipolito Rafael Chacon

Folk Art 23, no. 1 (Spring 1998)
• Two-Toned Finishes: American Grain-Painted Furniture, 1790–1880, by Cynthia V.A. Schaffner and Susan Klein
• Self-Taught Artisits of the 20th Century: An American Anthology and Perspectives on Patterning, by Stacy C. Hollander
• Conversations with Dorothea and Leo: An Outline of the Rabkin Collection, by Rosemary Gabriel

Folk Art 22, no. 4 (Winter 1997/1998)
• The Gatekeepers of Culture: On Presenting the Works of African American Self-Taught Artists, by Randall Morris
• Mattie Lou O’Kelley: Reflections on the Artist and Her Work, by Gerard C. Wertkin
• Jon Serl in Person, by Susan C. Larsen
• Mourning the Children: An Interpretation of the Symbols in Two Posthumous Portraits, by Barbara Rothermel

Folk Art 22, no. 3 (Fall 1997)
• Jonathan Budington: Face Maker, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern
• The Gifted Amateur: The Art and Life of Charles Woodward Hutson, by William A. Fagaly
• William Hawkins and the Art of Astonishment, by Joanne Cubbs and Eugene W. Metcalf

Folk Art 22, no. 2 (Summer 1997)
• Nina Fletcher Little: Bridging the Worlds of Antiques and Folk Art, by Ruth Wolfe
• Hawaiian Quilts: A Nineteenth-Century Myth Dispelled, by Elizabeth A. Akana
• Inez Nathaniel Walker: “The More I Draw the Better I Get,” by Lee Kogan

Folk Art 22, no. 1 (Spring 1997)
• Magnificent Manifestation: The Symbolic Architecture of A.G. Rizzoli, by Jo Farb Hernández
• So Much to Do, So Little Done: The Mysteries of A.G. Rizzoli, by Bonnie Grossman
• Quilt Revival, 1910–1950: The Collection of the Museum of American Folk Art, by Elizabeth V. Warren and Sharon L. Eisenstat
• From Quebec: Three Ways of Looking, by N.F. Karlins

Folk Art 21, no. 4 (Winter 1996/1997)
• Louis Monza: Passionate Protest and Hard Love, by Susan C. Larsen
• Henry Darger: The Unreality of Being, by Stephen Prokopoff
• The Image Business: Shop and Cigar Store Figures in America, by Ralph Sessions

Folk Art 21, no. 3 (Fall 1996)
• A Place for Us: Vernacular Architecture in American Folk Art, by Stacy C. Hollander
• “I Paint What I Remember”: The Art of Mario Sanchez, by Barbara Rothermel
• The Romance of a Relic: Sam Colt’s Charter Oak Relic Furniture, by William Hosley

Folk Art 21, no. 2 (Summer 1996)
• Couple and Casualty: The Art of Eunice Pinney Unveiled, by Susan Foster
• Sam Steinberg: A House of Cardboard or a Marble Palace?, by Craig Bunch
• Qian Zhi: Treasures from the Golden Venture, by Dale Gregory
• The Art of the Contemporary Doll, by Wendy Lavitt and Krystyna Poray Goddu
• An American Treasury: Quilts from the Museum Of American Folk Art, by Elizabeth V. Warren and Sharon L. Eisenstat

Folk Art 21, no. 1 (Spring 1996)
• The Quilt Projects: Fifteen Years Later, by Shelly Zegart
• Robert Peckham: Unsung Rural Master, by David Krashes
• Dialogues with Stone: William Edmondson, Ernest “Popeye” Reed, and Ted Ludwiczak, by Maridean Hutton

Folk Art 20, no. 4 (Winter 1995/1996)
• Martín Ramírez, by Randall Morris
• Apothecary and Antecedents: History in American Folk Art, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern
• The Christmas Bonfires of St. James Parish, by William A. Fagaly

Folk Art 20, no. 3 (Fall 1995)
• In Pursuit of Harmony: The Alice M. Kaplan Collection, by Gerard C. Wertkin
• A Little Pepper, a Little Salt: Aaron Birnbaum, by Anne Mai
• Norwegian Folk Art: The Migration of a Tradition, by Stacy C. Hollander

Folk Art 20, no. 2 (Summer 1995)
• Ralph Fasanella: The Making of a Working-Class Artist, by Paul S. D’Ambrosio
• Expressions of Trust: Recent Gifts to the Museum of American Folk Art, by Stacy C. Hollander
• Hmong and Pennsylvania German Textiles: Needlework Traditions in Transition in Lancaster County, by Jean Henry

Folk Art 20, no. 1 (Spring 1995)
• Show Quilts: The Collection of the Museum of American Folk Art, by Elizabeth V. Warren
• William Edmondson, by Jack L. Lindsey
• On Some Little-Known Miniature Portraits By Well-Known American Folk Painters, by Arthur Kern And Sybil Kern
• “Given by Inspiration”: Shaker Drawings and Manuscripts in the American Society for Psychical Research, by Gerard C. Wertkin

Folk Art 19, no. 4 (Winter 1994/1995)
• Spinning in a Lonely Orbit: The Work of Drossos P. Skyllas, by Jenifer P. Borum
• The Search for Emeline Barker, by Deborah Lyttle Ash
• Minnie Evans and Me, by Nina Howell Starr

Folk Art 19, no. 3 (Fall 1994)
• Reuben Moulthrop: Artist in Painting and Waxworks, by Stacy C. Hollander
• Hosea Hayden: Homilies to Sit Upon, by Angie Mills
• The Thrones and Chairs Leroy Person Made, by Everett Mayo Adelman
• Southern Comfort: The Art Chairs of Richard Dial, by Kathleen A. Connors
• The Paintings of Henry and Elizabeth Lapp, by Daniel J. McCauley III

Folk Art 19, no. 2 (Summer 1994)
• Flash and Flashbacks: The Enduring Art of Tattoo, by Michael McCabe
• James Osborn(e): Maine Folk Painter, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern
• Elijah Pierce and James Hampton: One Good Book Begets Another, by Lynda Roscoe Hartigan

Folk Art 19, no. 1 (Spring 1994)
• Albums, Artizans & Odd Fellows: The Classic Age of American Quilts, by Elly Sienkiewicz
• Revisiting Ammi Phillips: Fifty Years of American Portraiture, by Stacy C. Hollander
• Threads of Evidence: Attributing an Anonymous Quilt to an African American Maker, by Karl Kusserow
• A Conservation Crisis: The Work of Felix “Fox” Harris, a Case Study, by Lynn P. Castle

Folk Art 18, no. 4 (Winter 1993/1994)
• Strategy of the Tiger: The World of Thornton Dial, by Jenifer P. Borum
• Micah Williams: A Recurring Quandary, by Nancy Tobin Dorer
• Jimmy Lee Sudduth, by John Hood
• Save Your Old Silk Stockings: The Hooked Mats of the Grenfell Mission, by Paula Laverty

Folk Art 18, no. 3 (Fall 1993)
• American Diversity: Selections from the Permanent Collection, by Stacy C. Hollander
• American Folk Art at the Everhart Museum: The Collection of John Law and Rhetta Church Robertson, by Barbara Rothermel
• Mose Tolliver: Picture Maker, by Lee Kogan
• They Taught Themselves: An Interview with Roger Ricco and Frank Maresca, by Jenifer P. Borum

Folk Art 18, no. 2 (Summer 1993)
• The Watercolors of Durs Rudy: New Discoveries in Fraktur, by Gerard C. Wertkin
• Photographic Folk Art: Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Hand-Colored Photographs, by Addison Thompson and Lesa Westerman
• Looking Back, Looking Forward: Ten Years of Folk Art Studies at New York University, by Marie Luise Proeller

Folk Art 18, no. 1 (Spring 1993)
• Bob Bishop: A Life in American Folk Art, by Cyril I. Nelson
• Diversity and Continuity: The Great American Quilt Festival 4, by Cathy Rasmussen
• African American Quilts: Two Perspectives, by Stacy C. Hollander
• Many Hands: The Story of an Album Quilt, by Paula Laverty

Folk Art 17, no. 4 (Winter 1992/1993)
• Design and Cultural Analysis of Chilkat Dancing Blankets, by Julia Arvin
• What Kind of Art Is This? Justin McCarthy and the Age of Outsiderism, by Gene Epstein
• A Visit to l’Aracine: A Museum of Art Brut, by N.F. Karlins
• Selected Works by African American Folk Artists: A Recent Installation at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, by Jack L. Lindsey

Folk Art 17, no. 3 (Fall 1992)
• Visiones del Pueblo: The Folk Art of Latin America, by Marion Oettinger Jr.
• Zoratti’s Garden, by Gene Kangas
• Pioneers in Folk Art Collecting: Elie And Viola Nadelman, by Christine I. Oaklander

The Clarion 17, no. 2 (Summer 1992)
• American Folk Canes, by George H. Meyer
• Selling Sand and Sea: Sand Sculptors and the Development of the Atlantic City Resort, 1897–1944, by Holly Metz
• James Guild: Quintessential Itinerant Portrait Painter, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern

The Clarion 17, no. 1 (Spring 1992)
• John William “Uncle Jack” Dey, by R. Lewis Wright, Jeffrey T. Camp, Chris Gregson
• New York Beauties . . . All: The New York Quilt Project, by Phyllis A. Tepper
• The Lost Sketchbook of Jurgan Frederick Huge, by David A. Schorsch
• Will the Real James Alexander Coverlets Please Stand Up, by Rabbit Goody

The Clarion 16, no. 4 (Winter 1991/1992)
• Dr. Robert Bishop (1938–1991): A Personal Memoir, by Gerard C. Wertkin
• Santos de Palo: The Household Saints of Puerto Rico, by Yvonne Lange
• The Saint Makers of Puerto Rico, by Alan Moss Reveron and Liz O’Brien
• Shimmering and Brilliant: American Victorian Tinsel Paintings, by Marilyn G. Karmason

The Clarion 16, no. 3 (Fall 1991)
• Swiss Folk Art: Celebrating America’s Roots, by Cynthia Elyse Rubin
• Vanoni: King of Ex Voto Paintings, by Giulio Foletti
• Engadine Wall Pockets and Embroidery, by Jenny Schneider
• The Poyas of Gruyere, by Denis Buchs
• The Wisconsin Swiss: A Portrait, by Ernest Menolfi and Leo Schelbert
• Baking Molds in Lucerne, by Margarete Pfister-Burkhalter
• Rural Calligraphy in Swiss Everyday Life, by Hildegard Gantner-Schlee

The Clarion 16, no. 2 (Summer 1991)
• Paint, Powder, and Leaf: A Brief History of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration, by Margaret Coffin
• New Mexican Hispano Animal Carving in Context, by Dana Everts-Boehm and Jeanette De Bouzek
• J.A. Davis: Identity Reviewed, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern
• Cosmograms and Cryptic Writings: “Africanisms” in the Art of Minnie Evans, by Sharon D. Koota

The Clarion 16, no. 1 (Spring 1991)
• Celebrate “Discover America” at the Great American Quilt Festival 3, by Cathy Rasmussen
• Quilts of Conscience, by Karla Friedlich
• Citiquilts: A Show of Diversity, by Paula Nadelstern
• A Collector’s Guide to Coverlets, by Martha Leversuch

The Clarion 15, no. 5 (Winter 1990/1991)
• John and Elizabeth Freake: Fashions of the Times, by Mimi Sherman
• African American Visionary Traditions and the Art of Frank Jones, by Lynne Adele
• Ljuskroner: They Are Still in Kansas, by Mark Esping
• New Museum Encyclopedia Shatters Myths, by Lee Kogan

The Clarion 15, no. 4 (Fall 1990)
• Folk and Family: George and Benny Andrews, by Susie Mee
• Recollections: Mostly About Old-Time Prices, by Jean Lipman
• John Brewster Jr.: An Artist for the Needleworker, by Davida Tenenbaum Deutsch
• Art in a Box: The Collection of Barry Cohen, by Frank J. Miele

The Clarion 15, no. 3 (Summer 1990)
• Collected with Passion, by Lynda Roscoe Hartigan
• Flavel Coolidge Jr.: Case of the “Borrowed” Backboard, by Lois S. Avigad
• Discovering Thomas Skynner, by Stacy C. Hollander
• A Case of Mistaken Identity: The Joseph Churchill Family Portraits, by Lee Kogan
• Pick a Peck: Attributing a Painting, by David Krashes
• Basketmaking on the Island of St. John, by Bernard A. Kemp

The Clarion 15, no. 2 (Spring 1990)
• Ten Years of the America Collection, by Alice J. Hoffman
• Working with Folk Art: Stars and Stripes All Over, by Didi Barrett
• Living in a Brooklyn Folk Environment, by Lee Kogan

The Clarion 15, no. 1 (Winter 1989/1990)
• Fish Decoys: A Native American Craft, by Ben Apfelbaum
• Joseph E. Yoakum: Visionary Traveler, by Jacqueline M. Atkins
• The Quilt Legacy of Elizabeth, New Jersey, by Lee Kogan
• New Light on Gerritt Schipper the Painter, by Jeane Riger

The Clarion 14, no. 4 (Fall 1989)
• Howard Finster: Man of Visions, by J.F. Turner
• The Strip Tradition in European-American Quilts, by Barbara Brackman
• The Dog Soldier Artists: Plains Indian Ledger Drawings, by Jean Afton
• The New Year’s Cake Print: A Distinctively American Art Form, by William Woys Weaver

The Clarion 14, no. 3 (Summer 1989)
• Asa Ames and the Art of Phrenology, by Stacy C. Hollander
• Religious Symbolism in African American Quilts, by Maude Southwell Wahlman
• Joseph H. Davis: Identity Established, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern
• Aminah Robinson: One Artist’s Ties to Folklife and Folk Art, by Mimi Brodsky Chenfield

The Clarion 14, no. 2 (Spring 1989)
• Highlights of the Great American Quilt Festival 2, by Cathy Rasmussen
• African American Quilts: Tracing the Aesthetic Principles, by Maude Southwell Wahlman
• A Fabric of One Family: A Saga of Discovery, by Mimi Sherman

The Clarion 14, no. 1 (Winter 1988/1989)
• The History of the Museum of American Folk Art: An Illustrated Timeline, by Alice Hoffman

The Clarion 13, no. 4 (Fall 1988)
• New Mexican Textiles: A Contemporary Weaver Unravels Historic Threads, by Maria Vergara Wilson
• The Pastel Portraits of William M.S. Doyle, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern
• American Primitive, by Didi Barrett
• The American Folklore Society: The First Hundred Years, by Roger D. Abrahams

The Clarion 13, no. 3 (Summer 1988)
• Plain Painters, by John Michael Vlach
• Navajo Pottery: A New Twist on an Old Tradition, by Chuck Rosenak
• Striding Out on Their Own: Folk Art and Northern California Artists, by Meredith Tromble and John Turner
• Malcah Zeldis: Her Life, by Willa S. Rosenberg
• Malcah Zeldis: Her Art, by Henry Niemann

The Clarion 13, no. 2 (Spring 1988)
• American Folk Art in Corporate Collections, by N.F. Karlins
• Painted by Royall B. Smith, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern
• The Art and Times of Victor Joseph Gatto, by Gene Epstein
• Cyril I. Nelson: A Special Museum Friend, by Elizabeth V. Warren

The Clarion 13, no. 1 (Winter 1987/1988)
• Connecticut’s Potter Mead: A Legacy in Stoneware, by Jeanne Marie Carley
• The Discovery of Thomas MacDonald: Canada’s Elusive Portrait Painter, by Michael Bird and Terry Kobayashi
• Environments in Crisis, by Daniel C. Prince
• Seymour Rosen and SPACES: Saving Our Sites, by Elaine Wintman
• St. EOM’s Pasaquan: A Promising Future, by Tom Patterson
• Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden: A Plan for the Future, by Daniel C. Prince

The Clarion 12, no. 4 (Fall 1987)
• Ruth Henshaw Bascom: A Youthful Viewpoint, by Lois A. Avigad
• Another Face of the Diamond: Black Traditional Art from the Deep South, by Judy McWillie
• Objects and Origins: The American Quilt Research Center at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, by Sandi Fox
• Basketmaking in New England: An Interview with a Master Craftsman, by Chester D. Freeman Jr.
• The Art of the Silhouettist, by Blume J. Rifken

The Clarion 12, nos. 2–3 (Spring/Summer 1987)
• Folk Art of the Twentieth Century, by Didi Barrett
• You Make It with Your Mind: The Art of Edgar Tolson, by Michael D. Hall
• Bessie Harvey: The Spirit in the Wood, by Shari Cavin Morris
• Rediscovering Andrea Badami, by Chuck Rosenak
• Four from Coal Country: Friendships and the Contemporary Folk Artist, by N.F. Karlins

The Clarion 12, no. 1 (Winter 1986/1987)
• Painters of Record: William Murray and His School, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern
• Themes in the Work of Carlos C. Coyle, by Patti M. Marxsen
• The Rulloff “Gallows” Jug: Or, a Murderous Saga Unfolds on a Piece of Stoneware, by Steven B. Leder
• A Tribute to Dutch Arts and Culture, by Mary Black
• From the Mundane to the Miraculous: The Meaning of Folk Art Collecting in America, by Eugene W. Metcalf Jr.

The Clarion 11, no. 4 (Fall 1986)
• Daguerreotypes As Folk Art, by Julian Wolff
• A Collector’s Guide to Fish Decoys, by Lori Segal Zabar
• Good vs. Evil in the World of Henry Darger, by Randall Seth Morris
• The Search for Young America, by Mary Ann Demos
• Crazy Patchwork: A Victorian Mania, by Judith Reiter Weissman

The Clarion (Spring/Summer 1986)
• Museum Quality: Quilts in the Collection of the Museum of American Folk Art, by Elizabeth V. Warren
• Quilt Dealer to the Stars, by Didi Barrett
• Quilting Today: A Roundup of Contemporary Textile Exhibitions at the Festival, by Karla Friedlich
• A Hawaiian Legacy, by Julia Steele
• Small Sensations, by Sharon L. Eisenstat
• The Public Quilt, by Julia Koenig
• A Conservation Profile, by Patty Orlofsky and Phyllis Dillon
• The Whitney and After . . . What’s Happened to Quilts, by Jonathan Holstein

The Clarion (Winter 1986)
• Animal Carvers of New Mexico, by Elizabeth Wecter
• Ammi Phillips: The Country Painter’s Method, by Mary Black
• Liberties with Liberty: The Changing of an American Symbol, by Nancy Jo Fox
• Brick-End Barns: A Folk Architectural Form Rediscovered, by Carl Palusci
• The Problem of Martin Ramirez: Folk Art Criticism as Cosmologies of Coercion, by Michael D. Hall

The Clarion (Fall 1985)
• Windmill Weights: Sculpture in the Midwestern Sky, by Milt Simpson
• The Tree of Life, by John Davison
• A Time to Reap: Late-Blooming Folk Artists, by Didi Barrett
• Paintings from the Garbisch Collection at the Sky Club, by Jane E. Padwee
• Noah Weiss: Pennsylvania Folk Whittler, by Walter M. Ames and Dana W. Fiske

The Clarion (Spring/Summer 1985)
• Southern Exposure: One Curator in Search of an Exhibition, by Cynthia Elyce Rubin
• Benjamin Greenleaf: Nineteenth-Century Portrait Painter, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern
• Reweaving the Past: Vincenzo Ancona’s Telephone Wire Figures, by Joseph Sciorra
• Pioneers in Paradise, by Susan Larsen-Martin

The Clarion (Winter 1985)
• Marriage Milestones: Tenth Wedding Anniversary Tin, by Nancy Clokey and James D. Clokey III
• Continuity and Change: Amish Quilts from the William and Dede Wigton Collection of the Museum of American Folk Art, by Elizabeth Warren
• The Rediscovered Folk Tradition of Rio Grande Textiles, by Alexandra de Lallier
• Winning Moves: Painted Gameboards of North America, by Bruce J. Wendel and Doranna Wendel
• The Painted Forest, by Lisa Stone
• Made in New York State: Hand-Woven Coverlets, 1820–1860, by Virginia Parslow Partridge

The Clarion (Fall 1984)
• The Jewish Heritage in American Folk Art, by Gerard C. Wertkin
• The Message in the Bottle, by B.H. Friedman
• Phrenological Associations: Footnotes to the Biographies of Two Folk Artists, by Mary Black
• The Elusive C. Balis, by Cynthia Sutherland
• The Creative Spirit, by Rose Labrie

The Clarion (Spring/Summer 1984)
• Cross Currents: Faces, Figureheads, and Scrimshaw Fancies, by Joyce Hill
• The Keene Eye: Selections from the American Folk Art Collections of Mr. and Mrs. James O. Keene, by Charlotte M. Emans
• John Kane: Modern America’s First Folk Painter, by Jane Kallir
• Acquiring Masterworks: The Robert and Betty Marcus Collection, by David W. Courtney

The Clarion (Winter 1983/1984)
• Auspicious Spirits: Korean Folk Paintings and Related Objects, by Lea Sneider
• The American Copper Tea Kettle, by Henry J. Kauffman
• Thomas Ware: Vermont Portrait Painter, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern
• Carl Hambuck: Richmond Artist, by R. Lewis Wright

The Clarion (Fall 1983)
• The Midwestern Corn Palaces: A “Maize” of Detail and Wonder, by Cynthia Elyce Rubin
• The Museum Collects: New Directions, New Accessions, by Joyce Hill a Cynthia Sutherland
• Who Was the Utica Artist?, by Paul D. Schweizer and Barbara Polowy
• Children’s Children: American Folk Dolls, by Wendy Lavitt
• Jacob Maentel: Portraits of a Proud Past, by Valerie Redler
• In Celebration of a Sunburst: The Sculpture of John Scholl, by Charlotte Emans

The Clarion (Spring/Summer 1983)
• Iron Spirits: Decorative Crosses on the North Dakota Plains, by Patrice Avon Marvin and Nicholas Curchin Vroomin
• Black Folk Art: A Unique Blending of Cultures, by Ellen D. Smith
• Kanban: Shop Signs of Japan, by Lea Sneider and Alexandra Munroe
• Art by Bill Traylor, by Diane Finore
• Miniatures by John Brewster Jr., by Joyce Hill

The Clarion (Winter 1982/1983)
• The Shape of Things: Folk Sculpture from Two Centuries, by Mary Ann Demos
• Environmental Folk Art: An Ancient Tradition in a Modern World, by Julia Weissman
• Uncle Sam: His Portrayal in American Folk Sculpture, by Jane Walentas
• America’s Roadside Attractions: From Commerce to Camp, by Cynthia Sutherland
• Hitching Posts: Mute Testimony to a Bygone Age, by Michael McManus

The Clarion (Fall 1982)
• The World of Olof Krans, by Merle H. Glick
• American Folk Art in Britain, by James E. Ayres
• New Discoveries in House, Sign, and Fancy Painting, by Jacquelyn Oak
• Butter Molds and Prints: Miniature Sculpture from the Early American Home Dairy, by Paul E. Kindig
• Grandma Moses: The Artist Behind the Myth, by Jane Kallir

The Clarion (Spring 1982)
• The Art of Scherenschnitte, by Rowenna Pounds
• The Chalk Menagerie, by Rowenna Pounds
• Harriet Powers’ Bible Quilts, by Monni Adams
• Grave Portraits: Early New England Gravestone Carvings, by Francis Y. Duval and Ivan B. Rigby
• Folklife in Washington, by Ray Dockstader

The Clarion (Winter 1981/1982)
• The Instinct to Collect: Recent Acquisitions from the Lipman Collection, by Anne W. Troutman
• Woven for Work: American Baskets, by Judith A. Jedlicka
• Prairie Folk: Illinois Discovers Its Folk Heritage, by Merle H. Glick
• Brooklyn before the Bridge: A Glimpse into Brooklyn’s Bucolic Past, by Elizabeth Mankin Kornhauser
• The Surprising Identity of J.A. Davis, by Arthur Kern and Sybil Kern

The Clarion (Fall 1981)
• The Museum at Twenty: Challenges and Perspectives, by Gerard C. Wertkin
• The American Decoy: Folk Sculpture from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Donal C. O’Brien Jr., by Jeff Waingrow
• Fanciful Graining: Tools of the Trade, by Sandra Tarbox
• Voyage of a Lifetime: Whimsical Maritime Watercolors by Artist P.S. Downes, by Toby Landey
• Collector’s Notes: Some Recent Dividends on the James Sanford Ellsworth Account, by Lucy B. Mitchell

The Clarion (Spring/Summer 1981)
• Anonymous Beauty: Quilts, Coverlets, and Bedcovers—Textile Treasures from Two Centuries, by Judith Reiter Weissman and Jo Geise Brown
• Two “New” Eighteenth-Century Grisaille Kasten, by Firth Haring Fabend
• Olaf Krans’ Images of Bishop Hill Colony, by Anna Wadsworth Murray
• Focus on the National Museum of Finland and Seurasaari Outdoor Museum of Helsinki, by Marsha MacDowell and C. Kurt Dewhurst

The Clarion (Winter 1981)
• Records of Passage: New England Illuminated Manuscripts in the Fraktur Tradition, by Philip Isaacson
• The Icons of John Perates, by Nora Lucas
• America’s Folk Toys, by Wendy Lavitt
• Harold Everett Bayer: Toledo, Ohio, Folk Artist, by Jenne Regas
• Decorated Masonic Aprons: A Rediscovered Folk Art, by Barbara Franco
• Plains People/Common Wealth, by Patrice Avon Marvin and Nicholas Curchin Vrooman
• A Visit with Steven Ashby, by Chuck Rosenak

The Clarion (Summer/Fall 1980)
• Whirligigs, Windtoys, and Woodcarvings: Promised Bequests from the Collection of Leo and Dorothy Rabkin, by Patricia L. Coblentz
• New World: Freedom, by Dorothy Rabkin
• Adventures in Folk Carvings, by Leo Rabkin
• American Folk Art: The View from New York, by William C. Ketchum
• The Artist As Collector, by Ronald De Silva
• The City of Ships, by A.J. Peluso Jr.

The Clarion (Spring 1980)
• John Blunt: The Man, the Artist, and His Times, by Robert Bishop
• American Baskets, by Judith Jedlicka
• Gentlemen Carvers of Connecticut, by Dixon Merkt
• The Museum’s Good Friend: Effie Thixton Arthur (1902–1979), by Jean Lipman
• Folk Arts in Norway: Focus on Norsk Folkemuseum in Oslo, by Marsha MacDowell and C. Kurt Dewhurst

The Clarion (Winter 1980)
• The Art of the Weathervane, by Ralph Sessions
• Patrick J. Sullivan: Allegorical Painter, by Gary E. Baker
• The Museum’s Good Friend: William Accorsi, by Dia Stolnitz
• A Brief History of Stencil Decoration, by Robert Somers
• Folk Arts in Denmark: Focus on Dansk Folkemuseum and Frilandsmuseet in Copenhagen, by C. Kurt Dewhurst and Marsha MacDowell

The Clarion (Fall 1979)
• The New York Shakers and Their Dwelling Places, by C. Eugene Kratz
• Shaker Industries, by Cynthia Elyce Rubin
• “The Flame Is Never Ceasing...”: Continuity in Shaker Life at Sabbathday Lake, by Gerard C. Wertkin
• What Makes Shaker Furniture Shaker?, by Karl Mendel

The Clarion (Summer 1979)
• Hawaiian Quilts: Treasures of an Island Folk Art, by Thomas K. Woodard and Blanche Greenstein
• Holy Land U.S.A.: A Consideration of Naïve and Visionary Art, by Alan I. Ludwig
• Collecting Children’s Quilts: The Lure of the Chase, by Linda Berman and Irwin Berman
• Folk Arts in Sweden: Focus on Nordiska Museum and Skansen Open-Air Museum, Stockholm, by C. Kurt Dewhurst and Marsha MacDowell

The Clarion (Spring 1979)
• American Folk Painting: Selections from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Wiltshire III, by Mary Black
• Perspective on American Folk Art, by Nina Howell Starr
• Design Origins of Amish Quilts, by Elizabeth Safanda
• Rainbows in the Sky, by C. Kurt Dewhurst and Marsha MacDowell
• The United States Tobacco Museum, by Jane Nobes Brennan

The Clarion (Winter 1979)
• The Woman Folk Artist in America, by C. Kurt Dewhurst, Betty MacDowell, and Marsha MacDowell
• Of Shade Cutters and Silhouettes, by E. Jane Townsend
• Tribute to a Tradition: American Folk Art at the Cleveland Museum of Art, by Gabriel P. Weisberg
• American Pillowcases, by Jack T. Ericson
• Collecting: It’s More than a Tradition , by Karl Mendel

The Clarion (Fall 1978)
• Gallery of American Samplers: The Theodore H. Kapnek Collection, by Glee F. Krueger
• Arizona Folk Art Recalls History of Papago Indians, by Eloise David And Marcia Spark
• Naive Art: An Overview, by Eva-Maria Wothington
• White Work Bed Coverings at the Daughters of the American Revolution Museum: Marseilles Quilting, Candlewicking, and Embroidery, 1800–1840, by Jean Taylor Federico
• Emil “Maler” Kym: Great Plains Folk Artist, by Steve Freisen

The Clarion (Mid-Summer 1978)
• History of the Museum, 1961–1978: A Guide to the Permanent Collection, by Adele Earnest
• The Merchant and the Museum: Reproducing American Folk Art, by Ernest S. Quick

The Clarion (Summer 1978)
• Folk Art: The Heart of America, by Elaine Eff
• Three Centuries of Connecticut Folk Art, by Alexandra Grave
• The Folk Spirit of Albany, by Tammis Groft
• Signs of the Times, by Salvatore G. Cilella Jr.
• Collecting Colonial Spanish Art of the Americas, by James F. Adams

The Clarion (Winter 1978)
• Andy Warhol’s Folk and Funk: One Viewer’s View, by Julia Weissman
• A Midwest Sampler: The Braman Collection, by David Revere McFadden
• Charley Schoenheider’s Canada Goose Decoys, by Merle H. Glick
• Flashes of the Soul: Photography vs. Painting, by Roderic H. Blackburn
• Shaker Stereo Views, by Cynthia Elyce Rubin
• Williamsburg’s Folk Art Center: An Illustrated Summary of Its Growth, by Beatrix T. Rumford
• Harry Lieberman, by Patricia L. Coblentz
• The All-American Dog: Man’s Best Friend in Folk Art, by Robert Bishop
• Dias de Mas, Dias de Menos: An Exhibition of Spanish New Mexican Folklife at the Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico, by Christine R. Mather

The Clarion (Summer 1977)
• Felipe Archuleta: Folk Artist, by Davis Mather
• Portraits in Wood, by Julie Hall
• Tinsel Pictures, by Jean Krolik
• Edward Sands Frost and his Historic Hooked Rug Patterns, by Robert Bishop
• James and John Bard: Ship Painters of the Hudson River, y Jean Lipman

The Clarion no. 7 (Spring 1977)
• The Cake Boards of New York State, by Richard Barons
• American Folk Art in Private Collections: The Kaplan Collection, by Julia Weissman

The Clarion no. 6 (Spring 1976)
• The Painted Window Screens of Baltimore, Maryland, by Elaine Eff

The Clarion no. 5 (Fall 1975)
• In Search of a Unique American Folk Art: The Hunt for the Decoy, by Adele Earnest

The Clarion no. 4 (Spring 1974)—newsletter
The Clarion no. 3 (Summer 1973)—newsletter
The Clarion 1, no. 2 (1972)—newsletter
The Clarion 1, no. 1 (Winter 1971)—newsletter