Tuesday, 20 December 2011

Moorland River


Still using Atelier Interactive Acrylics, but this time taking the painting into a different style.  This view comes from various photographs I have of Exmoor, plus from our drives across the moor....for me it sums up Exmoor.


measuring 12" x 9"

I must say that the more I use these Interactive paints the more I like them.  




16 comments:

  1. Your work with these acrylics is stunning, Ann. Simply stunning! xx

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  2. Thank you Pat....these paints are so easy to use:)

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  3. Wow, stunning indeed! That water... wonderful!

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  4. Wow Ann, this is so beautiful!

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  5. Wow! You really captured the movement on the waterfall! Just spectacular! (I didn’t want to be redundant and say stunning! LOL)

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  6. Thanks Annie:)

    Thanks Teri:)

    Thanks Robin:)

    Water and waterfalls are difficult to capture in paintings, but these Interactive paints allow you to blend and add paint so easily.

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  7. Very, very nice, especially the rushing waterfall. Superb!

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  8. Gorgeous painting Ann, the waterfall is just wow! xox

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  9. Ciao Ann, beatiful this work. I see that there is none houses and this is more beatiful! The colors and the water give peace...very nice.
    Sorry if I don't replay always to your comment that I like very much, but I am not yet very able to do it..in italiano:"sono imbranata" (that means a little beat unable)
    Ciao, tanti auguri, abbracci, Floriana

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  10. That is ok Floriana, it is good to follow your blog. Thank you for your comment, I am glad you liked my painting.

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  11. This is really a lovely painting. Especially the water is wonderful, but actually everything is beautifully painted. A very different style from what we are used to you, but it is wonderful.

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  12. Thank you Renske, yes it is very different, but I think it is a style I will do again as I really enjoyed it and liked the result. So, 'watch this space' as they say:)

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