Howard Finster (1916-2001) was a prolific artist with a mission to communicate his visions to the world. This story from 1992 visits Finster’s “Paradise Garden” in Georgia, where he was busy making art, leading tours of the garden, and selling his work to people who had come from near and far. Also interviewed is his New York gallerist Phyllis Kind, one of the first in the art world to exhibit “outsider” artists.

Produced by Don McGill and Susan Wallner.