Ann’s life-long interest in photography grew out of exposure long ago to a macro photograph of an ant’s head. Over time she attended various courses in photography at Century College (White Bear Lake). She stopped with her photography for about 10 years to go back to college and work on a career. In 2006, she switched from film to digital when her camera malfunctioned on a trip to Niagara Falls. Her interest in digital picture taking grew as technology evolved. Living in Dresser, Wisconsin for several years her daily dog-walks extended her interests into landscapes and wild flowers. More recently Ann Kittelsen continued developing her style through classes at The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum and she also took part in an art show there.
Ann’s artwork is for sale per request. You can have work printed on canvas or as a regular print to frame. She prefers to print in large format canvas for the landscapes as you get the effect of really being pulled into the photo. She is willing to print in any size or format available though.
Feel free to contact Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org