Great Clown Portraits Are Just The Beginning!!!!


Help clowns save clown artifacts.

Ever wonder what happens to those big clown shoes when a clown hangs up his nose?  Ever wonder if a great prop used to bring laughter to thousands now sits in a lonely attic collecting dust?  Ever wonder if there was a collection of old photos from circus and side shows from the past?  What happens to all the great posters and items from the circus world once the clowns and the elephants have moved on?

Well they are gently collected and cleaned and put on display for the world. So you can walk down memory lane and remember the thrills you felt as a kid watching the biggest show on earth.

The International Clown Hall of Fame and Research Center in 102 4th Avenue Baraboo, WI  provides a great service to the world in helping to protect great clown artifacts from past and current clowns.

Clowns are a part of all our lives.  If you have ever laughed at a great comedy skit, then you need to thank a clown.  The skills needed to successfully entertain an audience either on TV or on a stage where taught by the masters to future generations to pass on and inspire new and up and coming artist.  All comedy we see on TV or in the movies today comes from past generations of great clowns.

Humor or laughter  is a gift to the world that needs to be cherished and protected so that we will never forget how to laugh.

So don’t make a clown cry!

Please visit this web page and make a donation, as I have done, so that the heritage and humor can be preserved and passed down to our future generations.

http://www.theclownmuseum.com/

  • The International Clown Hall of Fame and Research Center
  • 102 4th Avenue
  • Baraboo, WI 53913
  • 608.355.0321

info@theclownmuseum.com

Thank you for your time now go watch a clown!

Patty Sue O’Hair-Vicknair Artist

Clown Portrait painter to the world.

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