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Lifeline Climbing Waves /image Copyright © Anneke Hut/  Painting - Lifeline by Anneke Hut

Lifeline is a painting by Anneke Hut which was uploaded on April 4th, 2009.

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Wonderful creation!

Very Creative

Lovely painting

Truly a beautiful work of art Anneke. The stuggle to go on, trusting in that lifeline to guide ones way. With out it life would be like trying to get a hand or foot hold on a wave. One should always trust in the lifeline, for with out faith in the lifeline we all would surely drown. So even if sometimes lifes seems to much of a truggle we must alway hang on to that lifeline that will never fail us. Keep up the good work Anneke

Stuning and brave.

Excellent motion and indelible resilience with life!

I love your work and your titles are great!

That's been my life night and day for the last 29 years, I think see the summit , just a bit of it, a ways to go. Great work! rh

Hi Anneke! I like this Lifeline painting love the colours too, i love the idea of climbing the wave's, very artisticaly composed too, all the best, Thanks, Eddie Michael Beck

Looked at the name and thought, wonder if she is dutch? Heb in Amsterdam en Leiden gewoond. Ben nog steeds gek op krentenbollen en hollandse kaas. Like this painting very much. Rick

lots of movement in this painting , fantastic painting.

This is a wonderful painting Anneke, to me, it is filled with hope and love. Comming from you my dear, that is not at all hard to imagine. . .....Joe

THIS IS VERY VERY BEAUTIFUL AND ENERGETIC.....COLORS ARE SO VIBRANT AND TELLING YA THAT EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE AND THAT YOUR VIBRATION OF THOUGHTS CAN BE THE MOST CREATIVE ASSET TO MANIFEST WHAT WE IMAGINE ....INDEED WHATEVER WE HEAR,SEE OR TOUCH CAN BE JUST AN ILLUSION MADE BY OUR MIND POWER ..BY THE MOST POWERFUL VIBRATIONS IN THE WHOLE COSMOS,BY THE VIBRATION OF OUR THOUGHTS WE CAN BE ABLE TO TRANSFORM ANYTHING INTO A FAVORITE REALM...AND YOU HAVE SHOWN THIS REALITY HERE...AT LEAST THAT'S WHAT I CAN SEE THROUGH IT...IT MAY BE LOOKED SOME ABSTRACT WORK TO MANY PEOPLE BUT TO ME IT HAS A DEEP AND PERFECT CONCEPT...SO ACCEPT MY CONGRATULATIONS ABOUT THIS MASTER PIECE ...YOU KNOW YOU HAVE SUCH A GREAT INSIGHT ABOUT MY NEW SEQUENCE "THE MIRROR " AND I AM HAPPY THAT IT'S COMMUNICATIVE TO YOU....APPRECIATE IT A LOT DEAR ANNEKE MY ARTIST FRIEND....ENERGY AND PEACE TO YOU...KEEP SOARING BEYOND....YOU ARE ONE OF A KIND..

Anneke, This is action filled and I can almost feel as if I am hanging on to the lifeline too. Great work. P.S. The way I did the Mardi Gras Mask in three dimensions: I purchased some little ceramic masks & Super-glued to the canvas. Then I painted the rest. (I have others that i haven't posted yet Your art friend, anne

Anneke, I almost get vertigo looking at this one, a good thing in that it gives that feel of movement. Good job!

Yeah! Is Climbing the Waves a term for a sporting activity or your very accurate creation for this painting. Surely that is what it looks like. As someone very learned said of Monet's WATERLILIES, he can make the vertical horizontal, or words to that effect. My beloved father-in-law wrote little poems. One, which he gave to people who married, began: May you offer each other a lifeline of love! Later my wife and I produced a book-length biography of his benevalent life and writings and gave it that title. But returning to your exciting painting, Anneke, I don't understand a rope going down, its thigh attachment visable, and also one going up, its attachment out of view -- is it all one and the same lifeline? How does this work. Closing this little rambling essay I'd like to give you, a la Miles Davis, the correct answer to my questions: SO WHAT! ! ! !

Excellent work, Anneke!

This is very nice I always need a lifeline

Love the tension and excitement in this painting.

Terrific work and composition. A wonderful job on the figure. The background really contributes to the movement.

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