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Clown paintings I own.

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7 Responses to Untitled Post 00076

  1. oneowner says:

    My brother had a collection of clown paintings. It’s curious he left them behind when he left Colorado.

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    • disperser says:

      I’m pretty sure these are not them. As for why he might have left them, I postulate that as one ages, the inherent joke associated with clowns becomes too real, and no longer just an object of curiosity.

      . . . as I just told Sandra, the artist was Aggie Mezigian. I used to find her in the Internet, but no more, so I don’t know if she passed away. I would have thought there would be something since she was a relatively famous local artist in the detroit area.

      At the time we bought these (and a few abstracts), she was a co-worker of Melisa

      The eyes are of her father, who had passed away from cancer.

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  2. Eddy Winko says:

    Too spooky for my liking, I don’t think I could be in the same house. Coulrophobia perhaps!

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  3. AnnMarie says:

    Always a treat to see these clowns . . . they remind me of the many visits to your lovely homes in Michigan . . . thanks for the good memories.

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  4. Steven says:

    I actually have come across these paintings and am trying to find more information on them! If any of you still check in on this post ever, I am highly interested in speaking with you. I can not seem to find anything at all on these paintings. Where they originate, or anything about the signature. I know you posted the name of the lady, however I searched a bunch, and cant find nothing linking her to these paintings. Where would I begin to find this information. I actually now own all four paintings. They seem original, and in mint condition! I purchased them about a week ago now. They caught my eye, and it astonished me that you have pictures of all four that I now own! So please, if you have any information at all that could point me in the right direction, please let me know.

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