2012

winter ditch tapestry              

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20 responses to “2012

  1. I enjoyed looking at all of the work you have posted for the past years,but do feel that the the most recent pieces are most resolved and at the same time most spontaneous – the effort that goes into making something look effortless.
    Thank you for sharing your work.

    • Thanks for your encouraging comments on my work. I always hope that it improves over time.
      I very much like your Landscapes, very different from what I’m doing. I’m glad you’ve come back to painting.

  2. I just went to your wonderful and inspiring course today at Two Rivers Gallery! I thought I would peek at your blog and I see yet more inspiring paintings. Your landscapes make me have a new appreciation for this country – especially when I see snow falling again outside. Theanks for the peacefulness and energy your art sends.

    • Thanks so much for your very kind words. It makes me very happy when my art encourages a closer look at my landscape, which I love so much. Snow and all!
      And I also had a really good time in the class.

  3. I loved looking through your archives. Your landscapes really show the quiet of the woods and the feeling of nature’s energy. I am looking forward to seeing your swan paintings.

    • Thank you so much for your kind comment. I’m so glad the paintings show you the quiet. That’s such an important part of the forest. The quiet and the quiet bustle of nature.

  4. Nice work. I happened to see your work on oook…

    I’ll be sharing the Lake Country Gallery next summer with my burned-over forest paintings, pyrographic drawings and paper casts, some from the Barriere fire near Kamloops, and the 2003 fires near Banff. But I guess I’ll have to go visit Colorado now.

    Suze Woolf

    • Hi Suze
      Thanks so much for your kind comment. I love your artwork, especially your burned paintings that are installed in the forest.

  5. I really like your paintings, your sensative use of colour, your bold compositions and continuous observation of nature. I’m starting a series on the fforest near me and it’s been really usefull to see what can be done. Thanks!!!

    • Thanks so much for your kind words Lea, I’m always happy to other people’s paintings of the forest.
      I like your layers and the little bits of drawing. I don’t share your feeling of fear, I mostly feel very at home in the forest.
      I’m looking forward to seeing more of your art!

  6. Wow! Annerose, thank you so much for stopping by and liking my Starlings. I am in awe of your work. How simply gorgeous it is. Very glad to have made your acquaintance. xx

    • Thanks so much for your kind words!
      I’m glad to have met you also, through your beautiful photos.

    • Thanks so much for your kinds words Sheila. It is really important to me that there is movement in my art!

    • What a nice thing to say! Movement is very important to me in my art.
      Thanks, I really appreciate your kind words.

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