Ann Dinwiddie MaddenHot, Fresh FoodHot air balloon over abandoned restaurant. Torn emulsion5x5”Polaroid emulsion lift on watercolor paper2020$250
Ann Dinwiddie Madden’s photographs and mixed media work have been shown at The Ohr O’Keefe Museum in Biloxi,MS, The Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs, MS, Studio Waveland in Waveland, MS, The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, CO, A. Smith Gallery in Johnson City, TX, The Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, VA, The Gail Keenan Center at Coast Episcopal School in Long Beach, MS, The Greenhouse on Porter in Ocean Springs, MS The Samuel Marshall Gore Gallery at Mississippi College in Clinton, MS, The Eastern Shore Art Center in Fairhope, AL and at SlowExposures in Pike County, GA. Ann represents herself at Smith & Lens in Bay St. Louis, MS, a gallery she owns with silversmith, Sandy Maggio.
Born and raised in New Orleans, Ann has studied in Paris, DC and New York City. She now splits her time behind the camera between New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast.