“While always inclined toward working representationally, William Baggett’s imagery has vacillated from appearing to be so unrecognizable as to be virtually non-objective, to appearing so entirely figurative that it seems entirely subject driven to the casual observer.
This variance of abstraction continues, ebbing and flowing, as the artist seeks agreement with himself in the quest to find whether the two-dimensional image, can be reconfigured within a career of sustained exploration.
The path of Baggett’s work represents over 40 years of quietly deliberate, yet significant endeavor.”
Renata Karlin, PhD. Art Historian and Critic, 2009
Note. All images represented are in private collections unless noted otherwise.