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Seascape Duvet Cover featuring the painting Cape Flattery Lighthouse On Tatoosh Island by Anne Norskog

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Cape Flattery Lighthouse On Tatoosh Island Duvet Cover

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Queen duvet cover (88" x 88") featuring the image "Cape Flattery Lighthouse On Tatoosh Island" by Anne Norskog. Our soft microfiber duvet covers are hand sewn and include a hidden zipper for easy washing and assembly. Your selected image is printed on the top surface with a soft white surface underneath. All duvet covers are machine washable with cold water and a mild detergent.

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Thanks Vincent. I agree. We all need a light. The folks who manned these lighthouses were special people. They had to go through months of solitude, terrible weather, and hard and sometimes very dangerous work.

Hi Kevin. Thanks for the day brightener! :-D

This is a nice piece Anne.

Good evening again, Perry. That is a wonderful story. Thanks for sharing. And, thank you for your kind words. These old lighthouses have a lot of history attached to them.

Thanks for your kind words on my paintings. I have a funny story about Cape Flattery. A number of years ago I took some friends on a tour of the Olympic Peninsula. They wanted to see this tip of U.S. We drove out and came to a car seemingly blocked in front of a giant mud puddle. I pulled alongside to confer with them on the dangers of crossing this barrier, and the driver said,"Aren't you Perry Woodfin?" My friends always remember me being flattered at Cape Flattery. Your painting conjured this memory. It's a beautiful work and the clouds have that coastal feeling.

Thank you Ali. Your on-line gallery is beautiful.

Beautiful lighthouses you have in your collection. Unique style, and interesting composition. Excellent work!

Thank you, Sonia. Happy New Year to you, too.

Thanks Van! These mariners' beacons are part of all our history.

Hi Songs!!! I just love your Lighthouses!!! This is a wonderful work and love the description!!!

Sorry about your sore fingers, Liz. Your works are so cool.

Thanks for the nice comments on my stained glass. I love what I do...I wish I could devote more time to it. Currently I am caught in the Christmas rush making Moravian Star tree toppers. My fingers are s~o~r~e! Have a good one!!!

Thanks Pix for Fun. That old house stretched and swayed is interesting, to say the least. :-)

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Artist's Description

Standing vanguard against the elements on Tatoosh Island the Cape Flattery Lighthouse has guided mariners into the Strait of Juan de Fuca since it was lit on December 28, 1857. Windswept and wild, the lighthouse and surrounding structures take a beating every year. The light was automated in 1977; one hundred and twenty years of operations with a keeper. This installation is operated by the U.S. Coast Guard and is not open to the public. Its GPS coordinates are: Latitude: 48.3917 Longitude: -124.7366 Every piece of art in my gallery is original; not scanned; not a photograph. Using only the computer mouse, I draw every line, add every bit of shading, highlights, blending, and refining to finish a piece. All of the art is started in Microsoft Paintbrush. The finishing process is done using Photoshop Elements. Every piece is printed using only the finest of professional materials available, by a professional printing house. Rigorous quality control is employed to guarantee...

About Anne Norskog

Anne Norskog

Art is in the eye of the beholder. I will not write in the third person here. That sounds pretentious and, most of the time, inaccurate. Being in the last third of my life, it becomes clear good health is the finest gift possible. Again, nature provides the most beautiful inspirations. Walk into your own garden. Stroll a beach or a path in the woods. Watch the sun and clouds or a kitten playing with a piece of string. Pay attention to the faces you see...they each tell their own story. Create something wonderful that has a piece of your own heart on it. The emotions that drive us human beings also drive our art. The viewer is respectfully reminded my works are copyright protected. Please visit me often. Kindest...

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