Interview with artist Anne Bagby

January 21, 2016 1 min read 1 Comment

 

 



Collage artist Anne Bagby has been painting for more than 20 years in Winchester, Tennessee. She's had over 40 one-person shows, and several of her works were selected for the (Art in Embassies program). I get my patterns from everywhere - fabric stores, wall paper and Dover books. The stamps are cut with lino-cutters using the v-tips. For small stamps, I use an exacto knife. I print layers of pattern, texture and glazes,  watercolor first, then acrylic, brushes, squeeze bottles and sponges. This process produces a rich, complex surface.

Anne has three video workshops with Creative Catalyst:


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rosemary farrell
rosemary farrell

February 14, 2016

Thank you for your very interesting and encouraging talk.

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