ASquareClaire

Photography by an Ordinary Weirdo

New Orleans, Louisiana · 6 Sales

ASquareClaire

Photography by an Ordinary Weirdo

New Orleans, Louisiana 6 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Announcement   30% OFF! Now through December 1, we're having a sale on 4" prints in mats to 8x8". They easily fit into an 8" square frame, making them a perfect gift of art for anyone on your list. No coupon needed, just select the 4" size when choosing your print.

Announcement

Last updated on Nov 23, 2015

30% OFF! Now through December 1, we're having a sale on 4" prints in mats to 8x8". They easily fit into an 8" square frame, making them a perfect gift of art for anyone on your list. No coupon needed, just select the 4" size when choosing your print.

Claire Hassig

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Claire Hassig

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Anonymous on May 8, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

Stunning photography, the gem of my roller coaster collection. Can't stop looking at them. Thank you!!

Anonymous on Oct 7, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

really great thanks so much...so glad I purchased.

Anonymous on Oct 7, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

really beautiful and super fast service thanks for the extra picture

Anonymous on Jul 1, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

Nice photo on nice paper. Thanks so much =)

About

It's not really a choice

Much like most artists, I don't make this art because I want to - I do it because I *have* to. Whether it's the angles, the colors, or the fog sitting on the water, each photograph I take is for a particular reason. I try to show others what I'm seeing in my mind's eye - sometimes that's a natural view, sometimes it's a little tweaked, and sometimes it's just surreal. Such is life.

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  • Claire Hassig

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    Film industry painter since 2004. Second-generation signwriter, with a genuine obsession with letters. New Orleans local. Likes dipping a pen into ink. Sorted into Ravenclaw. Occasionally falls into hole of online gaming. Would really love be an elf.

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Last updated on November 16, 2015
Much like most artists, I don't make this art because I want to - I do it because I *have* to. Whether it's the angles, the colors, or the fog sitting on the water, each photograph I take is for a particular reason. I try to show others what I'm seeing in my mind's eye - sometimes that's a natural view, sometimes it's a little tweaked, and sometimes it's just surreal. Such is life.

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Shipping
Please refer to individual item listings to determine shipping times. In-stock items will ship very quickly. Some prints will take slightly longer, depending on size and availability.

US orders:
First-Class Mail: 2-7 days to arrive after it has been shipped.
Priority: 1-3 days to arrive after it has been shipped
Tracking number provided with ALL US orders.

International:
Please note, ALL international orders take anywhere from 2 to 8 weeks to arrive. It is not uncommon for it to take all 8 weeks. Please keep this in mind when ordering. Shipping upgrades are offered at checkout.
Additional policies and FAQs
The Fine Print (pun intended):

All of my photo mats are custom ordered and professionally cut from bright white archival mat board. (What can I say, I prefer the perfect corners.) The photos are also professionally printed in a lab using Kodak Endura Professional archival paper. They have a luster finish, which gives them a slight shine without the glare.

A 4x4" print comes in an 8x8" mat, and a 5x5" is in a 10x10". These tend to be fairly standard frame sizes, and you shouldn't have much trouble finding one to suit your needs. All photos are also available in 8x8" and larger, but will be listed separately and without mats.

Your print will arrive in a sized crystal clear packaging to protect the integrity of the photo. I have been known to run out of frames & lean them on a shelf while still in the plastic, and frankly they don't look half bad just like that.