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Realism Painting - Cherry Creek White Water by Anne Norskog

Cherry Creek White Water is a painting by Anne Norskog which was uploaded on July 26th, 2008.

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Fantastic work Anne!!

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Robyn!

Fabulous work Anne, such a rush of water!!! Lovely!!! x

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Clare!

Wonderful work Anne (F/L)

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Christiane!

delicate

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Halina!

This is so lovely. You have a very interesting technique :)

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Cassandra!

Wonderful work... I love the rushing water.....

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Iris. Water has the ability to fascinate us. I painted this with a single color using lights and shadows to create the water.

Wow! Anne I appreciate all your work that I've enjoyed traveling through on your site and am really impressed by your dipping into the contemporary digital paint brush too. Thanks also for 'liking' my good ol' friend Harold Shull. I worked with him for years commuting together as commercial artists in N.Y.C. and as buddies many years ago and have many stories we share. By the way - might you be of Norwegian descent? I'm first generation Brooklyn Norwegian and have joined their sites - Bayridge Norwegians and Brooklyn Norwegians, great fun.

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you George for your kind comments. My husband is the Norwegian. His grandfather was from Telemark, Norway.

What a fascinating digital hand drawing work, Anne! I love the powerful feeling you created! Thanks for sharing it! You are invited to my art stories at; http://originalartstories.blogspot.com/ ;-). Happy holidays!!

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Xueling Zou! I appreciate your comments very much!

Thank you Kristin! Fast moving water is mesmerizing. Glad you like this one!

Anne, what a great painting! The violence you've captured in the water is amazing.

You are most welcome Carmen and thank you!

This is beautiful. Thank you for the information on digital painting.

Thank you Margot! And Happy St. Patrick's Day.

It feels exactly like it is. I love water falls, rapids, white waters, etc... you rendered the emotions and the power perfectly. thank you for this beautiful piece. Margot

Thanks Kevin--probably a good idea for most of us. ;-D We used to go fishing in the Clark's Fork River. Absolutely stunning in its beauty. The trout are pretty good too. It was always river bank fishing--never out in it.

This one really works for me. It is the reason I stay out of boats on fast rivers.

Thank you Christiane!

Hi Anne, this is great work. It is so powerful. Christiane

Thank you Sonia. I did a bit of work getting the water to move. This one is a monochrome with the use of light and shadow--done mostly in Adobe Photoshop Elements. I drew the basic shapes in Paintbrush and proceeded from there.

Thanks Win! :-D

Thank you Paula. White water is fascinating to watch. This was painted with a single color, using shadows and lights for contrast.

Sensually stimulating!

Thank you, Eric! Glad you stopped by. Water is a world unto itself.

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