"I still travel the two-lane South and, with time, have come to know its artists. More importantly, I've learned to put each of these artists in the context of the larger culture. That is the magic: the larger significance of each. To look at the art of one and use that experience to understand the art of another. To look at John Kelly Fitzpatrick and know Alfred Hutty; to see the relationship between William Posey Silva and Lamar Dodd. Each was, after all, at work at one time or another along those two narrow lanes, passages that seem now to unite them all." From the essay by Robert M. Hicklin, Jr. Softbound; 20 pages. $10 postpaid. To order, please contact us.