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Landscape Mixed Media - Waiting For Her Lover by Alanna Hug-McAnnally

Waiting For Her Lover is a mixed media by Alanna Hug-McAnnally which was uploaded on October 18th, 2010.

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Jane - thank you. :D It was a spur of the moment thing where I had sand and glass around for other projects and decided to put them on a canvas. The feather came at the end of the painting. Now I want to do an Art Deco style of a lady in an evening gown with lots of bugle beads and small peacock feathers for a fan. One of these days! lol Jane - good to hear from you - and thank you again.

Alanna,I wouldn't know from the picture on screen that this is a kind of collage ! It is a most eye catching and pretty design and I just love the hat! I also really like the long format you used and I'm not surprised to read that you had a quick sale of the original! v/f

Carole - I have to admit this painting was a lot of fun. There are real feathers in her hat, the waves, coconuts, etc., are glass, there is artist's sand on the beach and rhinestones at the bottom of her dress. These things were laying around in containers and it was one of those days to have fun and play. So on they went with a hot glue gun. Lots of run. Thank you again Carol for your compliments. It means a lot to me.

Hi Alanna, love this piece. You have a great sense of design and your technique sounds interesting and a lot of fun. Voted

Laurie - thank you so very much. It was a lot of fun! Every now and then it's great to just "let loose" and stick things on paintings. lol I very much appreciate your comments. Thank you.

Wonderful!! What a lovely summertime feel to this!! :))

Roger, thank you so very much. I had a lot of fun doing this - just messing around with hot waxing glass, feathers and jewels on it. Oh, and some artist's sand. Saw you site - WOW. We had a wonderful lab named Rufus. Still miss him.

Beautiful piece!

Congrats on sale. This is really cute, the fun you had comes through.

Alga, I'm sorry I missed your comment. Thank you so much - and it is fun to "stick things" on one's painting! :D

Bill, I just returned from your lovely gallery. My fav has to be the Gingerbread House which brings back many fond memories. Your work is beautiful. Many thanks for taking the time to comment on my fun painting. :D

This is beautiful Alanna!!

Will, thank you very much. This was a fun painting sticking on glass, feathers, sequins, etc., on it. I do appreciate your comments.

Pradeep - thank you! It was a lot of fun to do - popping on all the glass, feathers, sand and rhinestones. Will do some more! I very much appreciate your kind comment. Thank you again.

nice one

Shelly - thank you so much. It was a lot of fun to put all the glass, etc., on a painting. She just needed some feathers and sparkles! :D Thank you again, I appreciate it.

This is so fun -- love it!

Thank you. She also bought a lot of jewelry from me! Wooohoo :D

Congrats On your sale! I just noticed your comment.. A big Congrats!!!

Alanna This is simply Beautiful! Another favorite... Good luck!

I SOLD THIS YESTERDAY! WOOHOOOO My realtor came in and bought this and a lot of jewelry.

Susan - thank you. It was a lot of fun to do - a "just for fun" painting. No rules, just fun. :D

I like the concept and the style of this painting. It is very interesting with the repetition of shapes. Thank you for your wonderful comments.

I read your comment about having given so much away without ever recording it. I can relate! I like the naive quality of this. Up there with the best contemporary folk art.

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