Glory to Ukraine





Mary F. Whitfield


Untitled (Rosewood Massacre, Florida in January 1923), 1995
watercolor on Arches paper, 15 x 20 inches

In 1923 white supremacists burned down the black town Rosewood, FL and massacred its residents; many hid in the nearby swamps.

They Hanged My Willy, 1998
watercolor, acrylic on Arches paper, 14.5 x 19.8 inches; Photo: Jeanette May

…Their small scale draws you in so close that the violence is too much to contemplate, even as you can’t tear yourself away from their beauty, infused by unspeakable sadness…
Excerpt by Brian Boucher, NY, January 2019

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Wills Lamontagne


Untitled (Fantastic landscape), c. 1980’s
oil on paper, 9.75 x 13 inches; Photo: Kevin Noble


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Mary F. Whitfield circa 2013-2021
Outsider Art Fair: OVR - Online Viewing Room
New York | January 28 - February 7, 2021

Artists represented by Phyllis Stigliano Art Projects
Minnie Evans
Leon Thiebauld
Bill Traylor
Mary F. Whitfield
Wills Lamontagne
Henry Speller


My Ancestors' Blood Cry from the Earth



My Ancestor’s Blood Cry from the Earth, Mary F. Whitfield, ca. 1995
Watercolor on canvas board, 12" x 16"


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Vanitas © 1994
Niki de Saint Phalle
Outsider Art Fair
New York | January 16-19, 2020

Artists represented by Phyllis Stigliano Art Projects
Minnie Evans
Niki de Saint Phalle
Leon Thiebauld
Bill Traylor
Mary F. Whitfield

Metropolitan Pavilion, Booth A10.


Untitled (Brown Turkey), Bill Traylor, circa 1939-1942


Untitled (Night Day), Minnie Evans


Truth - It Really Happened, Mary F. Whitfield © 2002.



Why? watercolor and gouache on Arches paper,
2.25 x 6.25 inches © 2002. Photo: Ron Meisel
Mary F. Whitfield: Why? is a collaborative exhibition between Abroms-Engel Insitute for the Visual Arts, University of AL, Birmingham and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute opening 31 May – November 2019. It will focus on the artist’s lynching paintings on loan from Phyllis Stigliano Art Projects and private collectors. The show is in conjunction with the Jefferson County Memorial Project working with the Equal Justice Initiative, Montgomery, AL.

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Robert Kobayashi and his daughter Misa, 1995.

Robert Kobayashi - Retrospective

After forty years of joyous and memorable installations, Moe’s Meat Market closed 7 October 2017.



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