Deaf Artists in America: Colonial to Contemporary. by Sonnenstrahl, Deborah M. PhD.
Elements of a Culture Visions by Deaf Artists: First National Touring Exhibit of Deaf Culture Art, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts.
The HeART of Deaf Culture: Literary and Artistic Expressions of Deafhood, DVD edited by Karen Christie and Patti Durr.
Van Cleve, John V. (1987) Gallaudet Encyclopedia of Deaf People and Deafness. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Book Company Inc.
Spill PROpagation, an Deaf artist-run organization in eastern Canada.
Deaf Culture Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. www.deafculturecentre.ca
De'VIA Timeline: https://devartivistunited.wordpress.com/devia-history/devia-timeline/
Google for more information on these artists. This list of some selected artists is NOT exhaustive.
Jolanta Lapiak, MFA: artist, poet, performer. literary/media. Canada
Max Fomitchev, mime performer. Canada, Russia-born
Dawn Moncrieffe, textile artist. Canada.
Angela Stratiy, performer. Canada
Pamela Witcher, artist. paintingCanada
Leon Lim, artist.
Daniel Wang, artist. nature paintingChina/US
Aaron Williamson, artist. performance artU.K.
Chuck Baird, artist. USA.
Adrean Clark, MFA: artist, USA.
Peter Cook, performer. U.S.
Susan Dupor, artist. paintingU.S.
Paul Johnston, PhD: visual artist. USA.
Joseph Grigley, artist. mixed media (written notes), USA.
Ella Mae Lentz, poet. U.S.
Michelle McAuliffe, photographer. U.S.
Betty Miller, . mixed media artist. USA.
Ann Silver, artist. mixed media, USA.
Louise Stern, artist. USA.
Gustinus Ambrosi (1893-1975): deaf sculptor.
Frances Allen (1854-1941), American photographer.
Mary Allen (1858-1941), American photographer.
John Brewster Jr. (1766-1854): deaf portrait painter. Painted portraits of high society families, especially children.
John Carlin (1813-1891): deaf portrait painter. Painted portraits of well-known men, including many Washington diplomats. A close friend of Jefferson Davis (President of the Conferate States of America, 1861-1865).
John Louis Clark (1881-1970): deaf sculptor.
Antonio Gomez Feu (1907-1984):
Rolando Lopez Dirube (1928-1997)
Also see: De'VIA: a deaf art movement.
You may also be interested in Deaf films and movies.
Poetry in sign language.