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Seascape Painting - Slack Tide On The Jetty by Anne Norskog

Slack Tide On The Jetty is a painting by Anne Norskog which was uploaded on June 21st, 2008.

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Excellent mood Anne!!

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Robyn!

Wonderful mood and expression. Love it. L/F

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Angela!

Beautiful dramatic piece of work!!! AWESOME!!! x

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Clare!

Lovely work, wonderful lines and flow, l/f

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you RC!

Wonderful layers of different textures!!! Great work, x

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Clare. This work is a single layer. I use my Paintbrush like easel and canvas paintings.

bela

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Halina!

Excellent work. Liked. Norskog sounds Scandinavian? (I am Swedish-American)

Anne Norskog replied:

Thanks Inge. My husband's family is from Norway.--I am Scot-Irish and American Indian.

nice!

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Sr Hurtado.

Beautifully done... so simple yet it says so much......

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you Iris!

Hi Anne. I have had a delightful journey through your gallery. This image is my favorite so far - I love the moodiness and power that comes through. Beautiful work.

Anne Norskog replied:

Thank you so much, Vivian!

Thank you Sandra!

This is moody, mysterious and intriguing. Simply a wonderful piece of art, Ann.

Thank you Chester!

Anne, love this piece.. appreciate the visit and the wonderful comment.

Thank you Alicia!

i like the layering of textures with the consistency of hues, very good.

Thank you Sorin!

Beautiful composition and colors...

Thank you Angel!

wooow beautiful painting Anne.

Thank you, Tammy. Washington waters are moody and rather wonderful to paint. Glad you like this one!

Very graphic and wonderful....I love the tones.

Thanks, Floyd, for your kind words. This jetty is over on our Washington Coast at Westport. The tidal pools created by a slack tide are always full of marine critters waiting for the next high tide to wash them back out to sea. This digital painting was done entirely with Paintbrush and Photoshop.

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