JJ Cromer lives with his wife and son on a small farm in the mountains of central Appalachia. His work is in many private and public collections, including the American Folk Art Museum, the American Visionary Art Museum, the High Museum of Art, Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, and the Taubman Museum of Art. He is represented by Aarne Anton at American Primitive/Nexus Singularity. On their farm Cromer and his family have kept chickens, geese, and bees. A historian is currently looking at a complex of stone structures in the woods behind their house. He believes they may be prehistoric in origin. The family story points to bored relatives just stacking up rocks. We’ll keep you posted.