Learn More About ann "frantic"

Lower right corner of frame shows wear. Additional photos furnished on request.
Size: 40" x 40"
Acrylic on canvas
Beautifully detailed, colorful, lovely example of Frantic's talent


6" x 4 1/2"
ceramic - lid removes

9" x 8 3/4"

5 3/4" x 4"
ceramic and leather


Size: 30" x 24"
painting, overall with frame 34" x 28" acrylic on wood



Size: 24" x 18"
painting, overall with frame 28" x 22" acrylic on wood


8" x 5"
tray plus 3 asparagus spears, 2 leaves and 1 melon piece which are removeable


Size: 5 1/2' wide x 4" tall x 7" deep




Three small pieces

Size: Largest is 4" x 2 1/2" x 2 1/2"
Smallest is 2" diameter x 1 1/8" bowl



8 1/2" tall x 7" wide x 4" deep
ceramic vase


About the Artist

Ann Frances Roberts Morley

Ann would be so proud to know (and perhaps she does as she looks down on us from her place with the angels) that her art endures and continues to be loved by those who knew her in this life as well as those who have been newly introduced to her work. We are still enthralled with the beauty and whimsy that she was able to create on wood, canvas or in her ceramic pieces with simple brush and sponge.

Time passes much too swiftly as we mark each new anniversary of Ann's passing and fondly remember her and her artistic gift.

"Two of my uncles were artists - one gave me a book on "How to Draw" and "The Color Wheel" when I was small. So all my life I've been doing something in art. When I was 48, circumstances demanded I become a self-proclaimed professional and charge for my efforts. Now after 20 years I have a broad range of styles from small island girls to larger pieces with acrylic as the medium. Gauguin is the artist that has been the main person I've admired but the colors I use are a subconscious memory of that little book given me a long time ago."

Known primarily as "Frantic" she has also applied her considerable talent to her own hand crafted ceramic pieces. Regional artist Ann Frantic's lively, energetic work is currently carried by various galleries in the Southeast and appears in many private collections throughout the country.

As always we offer timed payments at no interest for the convenience of our customers.

Works shown in the NFS (not for sale) section have been sold previously and
are respectfully shown as a tribute to Ann
and her rich and varied body of work.