Anne Bagby: Prototypes in Paper

A longtime member of the American Watercolor Society, Anne Bagby has been painting for more than 20 years in Winchester, Tennessee. From her own hand-painted paper created with acrylic paint and hand-carved stamps, she fashions collages of clowns and jesters often bedecked in costumes, makeup and hats. She’s had numerous one-person shows, and several of her works were selected for the Art in Embassies program ( See her website at

To read about Bagby’s studio, see the September 2009 issue of The Artist’s Magazine. Here are select untitled artworks from her Twelve by Twelve Series (painted paper collage with acrylic, 12×12).


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