Annie Tolliver (1950 - 2018) is the daughter of Mose Tolliver. One of her self-proclaimed "favorite ways to pass the time" as a child was to draw stick figures in the dirt and make clay houses and figurines. She learned to paint by watching her father. Even though she started painting in her thirties, her early works were signed by Mose. She eventually developed her own style and devoted her time to painting. Over the course of her life, her work became increasingly popular with collectors. Her work was prominently featured in a touring exhibition organized by the American Women's Museum in Washington, D.C.