But then one has to ask: why has this artist refused the established tradition? It is only part of the answer to insist that the artist lives far away from the center of the tradition, or on the edge of society. Doubtless anyone, if he or she wanted, could get access to the paintings and images of the dominant culture of the day. The primitive artist doesn't bother. Why? Because he or she knows already that his or her experiences have no place in the established tradition. What is forcing or driving primitive artists to create art is precisely They speak a different language from that used by the establishment. The will of primitive artists comes from faith in their own experience and a deep distrust of the societies in which they live.
1. their developing away from a individual painting style. 2. the experience of trying to speak with an individual voice. 3. their way of becoming accustomed to an individual speaker. 4. an individual experience on typical painting.