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Athens, GA Postcards by Frances Hughes - Go Bar

Athens, GA Postcards by Frances Hughes - Go Bar

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Postcards featuring glimpses of Athens iconic downtown district made by local artist, Frances Hughes.

About the Artist

Frances Hughes was hooked on photography from an early age. Her father and grandfather were both avid photographers, and she admired photographs before she was old enough to take them. Her first camera was a gift from her dad in 1985, a Nikon N2000 SLR with a zoom lens.

While the technology has changed dramatically, what draws Frances to photography has never changed. Photography focuses attention; it frames and reveals a hidden world of ‘found geometry’ — seldom-seen patterns and compositions that surround us. Writers are always encouraged to write what they know, and Frances believes photographers should do the same.

With a focus on urban photography from the rural South, Frances' work enjoys showing the beauty in the most ordinary things.

Print-to-Order

Please note that many of our archival artist prints are made-to-order in our studio. Please allow extra time for us to fulfill these orders. Typically, prints are ready in no more thsn three business days.

Shipping

After many years of printing and shipping for artists, we've learned how to pack our prints for a safe arrival. Whether you choose store pickup, local delivery, or shipping, your print will arrive undamaged. But on the off chance you experience a problem, please reach out within three days.

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Frances Hughes was hooked on photography from an early age. Her father and grandfather were both avid photographers, and she admired photographs before she was old enough to take them. Her first camera was a gift from her dad in 1985, a Nikon N2000 SLR with a zoom lens.

While the technology has changed dramatically, what draws Frances to photography has never changed. Photography focuses attention; it frames and reveals a hidden world of ‘found geometry’ — seldom-seen patterns and compositions that surround us. Writers are always encouraged to write what they know, and Frances believes photographers should do the same.

With a focus on urban photography from the rural South, Frances' work enjoys showing the beauty in the most ordinary things.

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