Alright well I'm sad to say that this picture is too zoomed out to experience it fully. So I'll just explain it to you. Yay! This untitled drawing was made by Eugene Von Bruenchenhein. What I really like about this drawing is that outsider art is meant to be expressive of the artist right? (Yes!) So I just find it very interesting how this artist chose to draw something with a lot of specifics. I mean everything is perfect. No missed calculation, no mistakes, no nothing. I at least don't see a single error on this piece. Not that errors are bad but just the fact that he chose to make it so that there wasn't any is really cool. Well that and I also tend to really like drawings made with meticulousness detail.
Man these are all hard to see. I apologize to all of you... Anyway, this drawing is called "Old White Woman, South Cheyenne" drawn by Anonymous (Intriguing isn't it?). I really just like the simplicity of this art piece. For it to be drawn on a piece of lined paper... I love how this drawing of a woman riding a horse through a volley of arrows (which you guys probably can't see) is a work of art.
There are many many more pieces I would love to show you but well this is it for now. Maybe some other time. Until next time, ta ta!