Annie Bugnon studied fine arts and ceramics in Besançon and currently lives in Béarn.
She taught art for many years. In 2005, she edited La poétique de l’art de l’enfant in which she expands on these years of experience.
During the 90s, her work focused on the symbolism of the history of art.
She exhibits works made from smoked sandstone in various galleries, particularly in the theme of Pyrenees mythology. She also studies Egyptian paste and is constantly using this technique. Annie Bugnon discovered Chinese medicine in the 2000s which she went on to study at the Chuzhen institute in Paris, as well as dream interpretation, while continuing to practice ceramics. In 2008, after taking part in Andenne’s international biennial event, she took a break from her artistic activity and only started again some ten years later when she rediscovered our ancestors’ embroidered textiles.