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Landscape Painting - Rocky Mountain Waterfall by Alanna Hug-McAnnally

Rocky Mountain Waterfall is a painting by Alanna Hug-McAnnally which was uploaded on February 2nd, 2011.

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Nice picture!

Ron - how very generous of you to allow me to paint your pics. And yes, of course I'd place your name on it as the source reference. I teach oil and acrylic painting classes at the cultural center here in FL, and am backlogged for paintings! But I truly would enjoy painting one or two of your photos. Thank you again. :D

Ron, it was my pleasure to join! Thank YOU for starting this. Just finished looking at your site and all the wonderful photographs - a few of which I wouldn't mind painting - with your permission, of course. This is a fairly early painting of mine and now resides at a museum - what a shock that was! Again, thank you for taking the time to share you feelings/comments about this painting. I truly appreciate it. :D

Maggie - I must have missed your lovely comments as I don't see a reply, which is terrible on my part. I truly thank you for taking the time to send such a lovely comment on this painting. It's OLD - but still a fav of mine. I do so appreciate your comments and apologize again for not being even close to prompt!

Jane, thank you so very much for your truly lovely comments for Rocky Mountain Waterfall - another antique of mine! lol It's hanging in a museum now. This one took many hours to paint and several layers. But it was pure joy! You are always so generous in your comments and I very much appreciate them. You've made my day, week, etc. :D

Alanna, I have not viewed this one before.Wow! What a lot of success you had with this beautiful work and I can see why.Congrats to you! The water has such a shimmering sparkling joy to it. The rocks are subtle and beautifully shaded,yet strong and so powerful.I love the depth you have achieved with the leaning fir and beyond to the mountain peaks. Fantastic work! L/F

Latha - Namaste wa Essalaam wa aleakum. Hello dear friend. Thank you so much for your lovely comments on one of my fav paintings - and hardest! Of course I went to your site again - your style just drinks you in with all the peacefulness and bright colors at the same time. However do you do that? I know nothing about digital art - but am fascinated by it. "On the Eve of Golden Shower Festival" is so lovely! Another fav of yours. Actually, it's hard to pick a fav as I love them all. Latha, again, thank you for your beautiful comments and the F/V - they have made me very happy. :D

Love the soft colors and artistic composition, dear Alanna !!!Happy to know that,now it's in a museum my friend !!! My best wishes!!!! (f/v)

Alanna, this is a very lovely painting. Yes, I am enjoying the effects of the waterfall!!! f/v

Antonio - sorry about a late reply. I have a torn rotator cup - ick. So am taking it easy. Very much want to thank you for your enjoyment of this painting. It's one of my favs also. Your FAV and V made my day today! Again, thank you for your wonder remarks. :D

Eric - thank you! I wanted that affect. My teacher said to paint rocks first where the waterfall will be as some will jutt out behind the water - THEN paint the waterfall. It's all done with a fan brush! My first attempt at a waterfall. Thank you again for your very lovely comments. I appreciate it. :D

John - thank you so much for your lovely comment on Rocky Mountain Waterfall. This was don so many years ago - 1991 I think. Thank you again and thanks for the v/f :D

Something strange is going on here, the waterfall is moving? I checked my glasses, and cleaned them. Fantastic effect.

Beautiful work! vf

E Giupponi, thank you AGAIN for your gracious and lovely comments. This is one of my favorite paintings and one of my earliest. It hangs in a museum now. :D My teacher said about waterfalls to paint rocks jutting out first, so you can see them behind the waterfall. Never would have thought of that on my own. Thank you again. Greatly appreciated!

Bob and Nancy - thank you so very much for your love comments. I doso appreciate them and your taking the time to give them. :D

What a lovely painting! Love the whole composition! V/F

Lisa - you saw the bear! lol If I had TRIED to paint a bear, it would have been the boulder I was originally painting! lol I'm feeling fine. Tired - we are packing to move to FL. Nap anyone? Lisa - thank you again. I do appreciate your comments.

Mustafa - thank you so very much for your lovely comment on my Rocky Mountain Waterfall. It was painted in 1991 and sold in 2003. Never really had any intention of selling it, but a museum wanted it. YEAH - it's for sale now! lol Again, thank you. :D

i see the bear loll, i hope you r feeling well

So Nice

Congrats on having a painting in a museum, I would be very proud myself.

Have to tell you Sharon, it's made my day/week/year/etc. :D

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