Gretchen Baer

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Gretchen Baer (born 1963, in Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts) is a noted American painter and performance artist living in Bisbee, Arizona.

Baer is known for painting mile-long murals on the southern side of the US-Mexico border fence in collaboration with a group of Mexican children known as the "Border Bedazzlers."[1][2][3]

Baer is also known for her art cars, including the "Hill Car" which features a large portrait of Hillary Clinton on the hood of a 1989 Toyota,[4][5][6][7] and the "Fortune Telling Lion".[8] During the 2008 Presidential Campaign, Baer founded the Hillary Clinton Army, raising money for the presidential candidate.[9]

Baer is known for her colorful oil paintings and her flamboyant art, political and musically-themed events.[10] She formerly ran the El-Change-O! art gallery in Bisbee, Arizona.[11]

Books of Baer's work[edit]

  • Blank, Harrod, "Wild Wheels". Blank Books, 2001. ISBN 093362168X, 9780933621688.


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