Frank Baggett

Frank Baggett

Artwork

A Breath of Spring
Frank Baggett

A Breath of Spring

oil on canvas

24 x 36 in

In The Garden
Frank Baggett

In The Garden

oil on panel

6 x 6 in

Old Springhouse
Frank Baggett

Old Springhouse

oil on panel

18 x 24 in

That Flash of Red
Frank Baggett

That Flash of Red

oil on canvas

18 x 24 in

A Cardinal Christmas
Frank Baggett

A Cardinal Christmas

oil on canvas

10 x 8 in

Knockouts & Bluebirds
Frank Baggett

Knockouts & Bluebirds

oil on canvas

24 x 30 in

Red Barn in Winter
Frank Baggett

Red Barn in Winter

oil on panel

8 x 10 in

Winter Creek
Frank Baggett

Winter Creek

oil on panel

6 x 6 in

Bearcreek Summer
Frank Baggett

Bearcreek Summer

oil on panel

14 x 11 in

Night Moves
Frank Baggett

Night Moves

oil on canvas

24 x 30 in

Shade Seekers
Frank Baggett

Shade Seekers

oil on panel

16 x 20 in

Winter Shadows
Frank Baggett

Winter Shadows

oil on panel

9 x 12 in

Blue Headcatcher
Frank Baggett

Blue Headcatcher

oil on panel

11 x 14 in

Nightlife
Frank Baggett

Nightlife

oil on panel

10 x 20 in

Spotted
Frank Baggett

Spotted

oil on canvas

24 x 48 in

Wood Duck Blastoff
Frank Baggett

Wood Duck Blastoff

oil on canvas

12 x 24 in

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Frank Baggett
 Frank Baggett is a Tennessean, born in 1956 and known nationally as a successful Landscape & Wildlife artist with over 50 years of experience. Majoring in art during high school, Frank was compelled to enter the United States Air Force during the Vietnam Era. While stationed at Norton AFB located in San Bernardino, California during his final years of service, his love of painting flourished. Painting became a passion for Frank, and after discharge from the USAF, his Impressionistic style was refined, and became the trademark for his work displayed in many private homes and art galleries across the United States. The love of the outdoors has drawn Frank to en plein air painting (outdoors on sight) and many of his works capture that one moment in time when the lighting is just right. He attempts to bring the feeling of nature into his paintings, often using the area surrounding his studio for inspiration. Frank and his wife Betty currently reside on their farm in the community of Bearcreek in Waverly, Tennessee. He is a Member of the Oil Painters of America and a Signature Member of the American Impressionist Society, Inc.
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