About Anne Genung
Anne Albritton Boyd, née Anne Genung, is a Houston-based artist, most well-known for her Willie series, which is marked by a graphic use of color and references to pop culture under an often humorous guise. Each collaged work is first created with an aerosol stencil of his unmistakable features and then with only a palette of re-purposed paper becomes a commentary on Willie Nelson’s ability to transform himself and yet remain himself in various guises.
The work is inspired by a love of color, street art, and traditional portraiture. The overwhelming adoration of Willie Nelson however, beloved Texas figure & mascot to us outlaw Texans and gentle humans of the earth alike, is the true heart of the work.
Raised and educated in both Dallas and Madrid, Anne attended Pratt Institute and Parsons School of Design, studying fashion design, graphic design, and illustration.
She has additionally called Santa Fe and Austin home, but now lives and works in Houston with her family and menagerie of rescue animals.
Anne is currently creating artwork for two upcoming cookbooks and is also, and always, taking commissions for Willies and working on assorted series for sale.
Her work hangs in private homes & businesses in the United States, Western Europe and Asia.