The Road Less Travelled

Anne Norskog


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The Road Less Travelled Painting

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St Catharines, On - Canada

Such a relaxing scene....wonderful work....

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Thank you Iris!

Centralia, Wa - United States

Thank you Angelina! The beach is one of my favorite places to hang out. (^_^)

Littleton, CO - United States

So peaceful.

Centralia, Wa - United States

Thank you so much Natalie!

East Brunswick, NJ - United States

Very beautiful work, Anne!

Lacey, Wa - United States

Thank you Michi!

Santa Monica, CA - United States

This is soooo lovely! I can practically feel and smell the crisp ocean air.

Lacey, Wa - United States

Thank you Lara. Your work is wonderful!

Torrington, De - United Kingdom

Thank you Anne for your very lovely comments on my work. Your biography I really appreciated and your gentleness flows from the it does with this piece of work, for me, in particular...very serene yet definate...I very much enjoyed looking in your gallery.

Lacey, WA - United States

Hi Sonia. Coastal Washington State is one of those areas where the weather changes at a whim. It can go from sunny blue to very grey in a matter of minutes. I love it all. :-D

Q, IR - Iran

its indeed a masterpiece.i love every thing in this painting.the sky ,the sea,the road and every thing is wonderful.i rarely have seen such a beautiful sea.its colors are lovely.

Lacey, WA

Thank you, Marlene! Seascapes, lighthouses, birds and lightning storms all have soft spots in my heart. That ocean is awesome to behold anytime you visit it.

Greenville, PA

Anne, Thank you for your kind comments on "Baby Raccoon" and my work in general. Every week, the update letter shows that particular drawing far outpacing the others for hits. I was scratching my head over that until it dawned on me that it must be the "baby" in the title. Again, thanks for noticing. This is just one of your paintings that I really like. I think, like the others, it's the textures and the depth created by that path.

Lacey, WA

Thanks, Tammy for the nice compliments. I wanted the viewer to feel they had their sights on the water, so the middle ground is a bit hazy and ill-defined. Your gallery has some real treasures in it!

Thunder Bay, ON

It is so interesting how one group of texture flows into the next. The horizontal lines are fantastic!

Lacey, WA

Thank you, Amanda. I love that ocean. :-)

Oakland, TN

I love the way my eyes want to travel over this painting!

Lacey, WA

Thank you, Patty! Love your big-eyed girls.

Sint Maarten, ph

love it...thank you

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