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Frances Hattier

Frances Ann Hattier

Houston, TX

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"Look beyond what you initially see with your eyes. Instead open yourself up to your inner self; see with your emotions; experience the beauty and soul that exists in all that is around you."

Biography

Born in and raised in New Orleans, Ann (as she likes to be called) has been taking photographs since she was a young child. Her earliest memories were of taking photos of a family event with one of her auntís cameras. Only four at the time, she showed early on that she had a natural ability for the craft.

Self-taught, Annís earliest inspirations came from the works of Ansel Adams and Edward Weston. She was fascinated how they used light and shadow in their work. She wanted to do in color what they did in black and white.

Over the years, Ann has developed a strong sense of color, form and texture. She captures in her photographs not just the subject but the emotions and feeling that she senses from her subjects. She has a way of seeing both visually and emotionally what most people overlook.


Several years ago Ann made the slow transition into the digital world. At first reluctant, she soon discovered the digital world offered her more creativity with her work. The best being the digital darkroom.

Accomplishments include several gallery group shows and juried show in and around New York City. Published works can be found in several photography annuals. Awards have included The Award of Excellence in Photography, The Certificate of Excellence in Photography and The Award of Merit in Photography.

Today Ann makes her home in Houston, Texas.



All photographs and artworks in this portfolio are copyrighted and owned by the artist, Frances Ann Hattier. Any reproduction, modification, publication, transmission, transfer, or exploitation of any of the content, for personal or commercial use, whether in whole or in part, without written permission from myself is prohibited. All rights reserved.



 

Door and Window 403 by Frances Hattier

 

In The Window by Frances Hattier

 

Now Showing Rhamus by Frances Hattier

 

Sticker Graffiti by Frances Hattier

 

Backlit lamp by Frances Hattier

 

Window in The Window by Frances Hattier

 

Eye See You by Frances Hattier

 

Blue Seven by Frances Hattier

 

Building In Abstract by Frances Hattier

 

Squares and Rectangles by Frances Hattier

 

Masked Building by Frances Hattier

 

Remeberance of Mardi Gras by Frances Hattier

 

Shapes and Colors by Frances Hattier

 

Contemplation by Frances Hattier

 

Reflection of Clouds by Frances Hattier

 

Reflection Art by Frances Hattier

 

Eight Panes of Reflections by Frances Hattier

 

Fleur de Paris by Frances Hattier

 

The Face On The Wall by Frances Hattier

 

Reflection on Blue Bottles by Frances Hattier

 

Reflection Between The Columns by Frances Hattier

 

The Balcony by Frances Hattier

 

Reflections Above Entrance by Frances Hattier

 

Reflections of Yesteryear by Frances Hattier

 

Into The Night by Frances Hattier

 

Water Lillies by Frances Hattier

 

Between The Columns by Frances Hattier

 

Three Hats by Frances Hattier

 

Amber Orbs by Frances Hattier

 

Abstract Reflection by Frances Hattier

 

Musical Dream Fractured by Frances Hattier

 

Bedroom Eyed Elephant by Frances Hattier

 

The Window Above by Frances Hattier

 

Between The Shutters by Frances Hattier

 

Cow Skull by Frances Hattier

 

In Every Nightmare by Frances Hattier

 

Resort in Henderson Nevada by Frances Hattier

 

Red Mountain 2 by Frances Hattier

 

In Red Mountain 1 by Frances Hattier

 

Orange and White Buildings by Frances Hattier

 

Buildings on Jackson Square by Frances Hattier

 

Letters Reflected by Frances Hattier

 

Three Window Reflections by Frances Hattier

 

Window Reflection by Frances Hattier

 

Love It by Frances Hattier

 

White Water Lilies by Frances Hattier

 

Wrought Iron in the French Quarter #1 by Frances Hattier

 

Lavender Rose by Frances Hattier