Folk & Found Art

Inspirational items from our personal collection


The GypsyFaith Story

Everything I do, I do to create or to celebrate beauty.  It’s been a lifelong passion to refine found items and reveal the beauty hidden inside of them.  I’m a collector of things, treasures.  The matchbooks we make into fridge magnets are one piece of GypsyFaith.


The Matchbook Diaries

True stories of travel and inspiration


My next-door neighbor in our compound reconstructed a Banksy stencil and spraypainted it on the outside of his house. It’s of a guy dressed in terror garb hurling a bouquet of flowers. I trotted right over and borrowed that stencil and made a few copies for myself and my friends. CONTINUE >


Hell as a consequence imposed by God is hard to swallow and luckily, not true.  Men are the architects of hell, not God. Hell is not a designed condition, it is a byproduct of free will, an unavoidable consequence of moral disease. Hell doesn’t contain a single soul that loves CONTINUE >


The essence of folk art is its humanity. Folk art doesn’t have any pretenses; it’s sturdy, nearly sloppy, almost practical. Folk art isn’t above being likeable and is never in danger of being misunderstood. In a museum, fine art is regal and sublime; when I behold such things, I feel CONTINUE >

Wonder World

Stories, images and artwork from around the world

See the World