Anne M. Freeman is a Hunterdon County, NJ-based photographic artist specializing in rustic and country outdoor photography, also known as Americana.
Learn more about Anne and her approach to photography on the About Anne Freeman page.
Contact Anne and sign up for her monthly e-Newsletter on the Contact Anne Freeman page.
Right:"View from a Country Road" in the Bucks Fever Exhibition
Anne's photography can be described as “a slow walk down an old country road.”
Outdoor Americana subjects such as old barns and outbuildings, rural landscapes and rustic country finds are what you'll find here.
You are invited to explore Anne's photographs by visiting her Photo Galleries page.
Anne's Shows & Exhibits
Anne's work is frequently shown in shows and exhibits in the Delaware Valley Region of Western, NJ, and Eastern PA. For details of upcoming events, visit the Calendar of Events page.
Purchasing Anne's Photographs
Anne's photographic prints can be purchased through her Etsy online photo print shop (over 250 prints available), at the 5 East Art Gallery in Washington, NJ (Warren County), and at the various shows and exhibits in which her work is shown in the Delaware Valley Region of Western, NJ, and Eastern PA.
Right: "Shroud" barn window photo accepted into the New Hope Art League Show
New Barn Cards: Purchase my new barn greeting cards at any Hunterdon Tricentennial Event. 50% of proceeds go to support their events. For June 7 events, visit at www.Hunterdon300th.org
Exhibit & Reception: "6th Annual New Hope Art League Juried Show" Sale & Reception. Two of Anne's barn prints were accepted into this prestigious show. Opening Reception May 16, 2015, 5-8 pm at the Rolling Green Farm Barn in Solebury Township, PA. Details are on the Calendar of Events page.
Exhibit & Reception: "What Makes Clinton Clinton?" Red Mill Museum Photo Show: Anne contributed two photographs of Clinton, NJ, her home town, to this 150th Anniversary Celebration photo show. Details are on the Calendar of Events page.
Special Project: Anne embarked on a special project during Hunterdon County's Tricentennial in 2014 called "The Barns of Hunterdon County." In celebration of Hunterdon County's historic and agricultural roots, she is photographing barns and outbuilding throughout Hunterdon County to document as many as possible before they are lost. Watch for hew new barn photo greeting cards at Tricentennial Events!