Cotton Belt Gallery
Herbert Singleton (1945 - 2007) lived and worked in New Orleans, where he overcame drug addiction, and near fatal shooting and many years in prison. He started carving walking sticks and "voodoo protection" stumps in the 1980's. His later work were relief scenes of biblical events, parades, and ghetto life.
His work is exhibited at the High Museum of Atlanta, the Smithsonian, the American Visionary Art Museum, and Collection de l'Art Brut in Lausanne, Switzerland.