was born in Mississippi in 1941. After many years in
the real estate development business in South Florida, she
relocated to Big Canoe, a community just north of
Atlanta. A unique experience led her to the phenomenal world of
She is primarily self-taught, but has had instructions in
anatomy which affords her the luxury of including figures in
some of her paintings.
Whether she uses a muted or bright palette, there is a blend of
serenity and energy which renders the subject as the artist
intended. The emotional connection between the viewer and
the artist is further enhanced with her loose impressionist
style in her brush strokes and the heavy texture she applies
with her palette knife.
Her paintings are in homes in Florida, Georgia, New York,
Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Carolina and England. Her
work has also appeared in "Florida Design Magazine".
(zhee-CLAY) is an individually-produced, high-resolution
reproduction of an original work of art. Giclees can be
produced on a number of media, including canvas, watercolor
paper and others. The technology of Giclee results in
reproductions that far exceed the qualities of Lithographs, in
resolution, true color and longevity.
Artist Ann Young utilizes the Giclee medium to reproduce her
original oil paintings in a variety of sizes. While these Giclees
are printed upon canvas to give an authentic look and feel, Ms.
Young often oil enhances her Giclees to appear one step from the original.