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Native American Painting - Gone To Work by Alanna Hug-McAnnally

Gone To Work is a painting by Alanna Hug-McAnnally which was uploaded on March 2nd, 2012.

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Ana - although you can't tell from this painting (early on), I love using lots of colors as do you. Your site is gorgeous. Thank you for taking the time to send your most gracious comments on my old painting. I appreciate it.

Laur, I've always admired people who can do portraits - and yours are supberb! Thank you for your lovely comments on my very old painting - I had just started. Very appreciative. :D

Gorgeous chromatic scheme in this painting, Alanna. Love the story this work tells. f,l

Beautiul colors, well done! Like

Joe, I looked at your site again and your "Tolkien" paintings are incredible. You are truly gifted, so you comments on my little and very old painting are greatly appreciated. My major was in music (concert and opera) - and my teacher said if you are in one of the arts, you are in all of them. Thank you again so very much for taking the time to look at my site. :D

Hi Alanna,I think your painting is stunning.I really like your colours and the little town is enchanting.V/F

Jane - was just looking at your stunning paintings again, and while all are favorites - my fav fav is Graceful Encounter. Thank you again so very much for your lovely comments on my "antique" painting. :D Yes, garages do come in handy for these special antiques! Happy to see you again. And again, your comments made my day/week/etc., as always. :D See you again later! :D

Hello again Alanna! I hope you are well one month further on. I took some time out,and somehow "accidentally" returned as I was re- uploading something and just stayed! I read what I wrote on your first beautiful painting and how my mood changes as to" favourite of the day"! Today,it is this one! The cool touches of blue with all those peaceful earthy tones is lovely.So too are the patterns,vivid and interesting against the subtle background of enchanting looking houses huddled on the hillside.You do some beautiful things.Makes me wish I had a garage to ferret in for lost art treasures !! v/f

Glenna - just got back from visiting your fab site. Your colors - wow. Love them. Thank you for your lovely comments on my very OLD painting when I had just started. I appreciate it. :D

Wonderful Oil Painting, Alanna!!! Love the soft, earth-tone colours!!! Voted

Mark - thank you again. :D

Joyce - one of my antiques before I knew what I was doing! :D Thank you again for your lovely comments. I visited you site again, and still enjoy it so much. :D

Good one , v

another beautiful artwork dear Alanna ; very enjoyable, warm and soothing!

Arjun, was at your site again, and the photo "Who is on My Side"? is definitely a fav. My parents were 2nd generation German when my great grandfather came to America in the 1800's. It's easy to see from your photograph how immigrants looked so confused. Lovely. And thank you for your compliments on my "Gone to Work" which is an OLD painting of mine. Your comments are lovely and appreciate them very much. :D

Stunner! Elegant, subtle colours, great perspective, deft control of forms, resonant image! FAVE!!

Judy - your paintings and photos are wonderful - so creative and full of colors. Especially love your cats - one looks so much like mine who is now at the rainbow bridge. Someday... Anyway, thank you so much for enjoying Gone to Work. It was one of my first paintings and a trial for me! lol But was worth the practice. Again, thank you. :D

I love the style of this, almost abstract in a way, this distant town is so appealing and the artifacts are beautiful. fv vt

Nadia, thank you so much for your lovely comments on my antique painting. ;) I looked at your site and love the pink poppy with the purple center. We had one at home I always loved, so good memories. Thank you again. Alannna

Beautiful work, great details and colors!v

V - Your portrait of Elizabeth Taylor is stunning! Very impressive. Thank you for looking at one of my true antique paintings - when I first started painting, and giving me a lovely compliment and vote. I do appreciate it!

Great composition Alanna! voted

Rosy, just left you site and loved Finding Her Passion! And your description of women who have survived (me included) is well written with such elegance. Thank you for enjoying my antique Native American painting. It WAS fun! I appreciate your comments, fav and vote! :D

Nandan - thank you so much. I very much appreciate you taking the time to leave a comment. :D

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