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Mountain landscape, painted on canvas with Acrylic paint.
Title: Wild river in the mountains.
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Apr 01 2012 12:47 GMT ForestSpirit PRO
That's really good, Riet! Lots of us on FT do digital art, but you can do the real thing!
Apr 01 2012 13:35 GMT happysnaper
Fantastic work Riet.
Apr 01 2012 13:55 GMT Annamaria
Its beautiful!
Apr 01 2012 14:05 GMT Riet
I love to do it amd it fills my day :-)
Apr 01 2012 18:18 GMT superJoan
Marie I have an artist daughter...so can appreciate the work gone into this.....
Apr 01 2012 18:41 GMT Riet
How nice, Joan! It took me about 3 hours, but when you are working on it you forget time!
Apr 01 2012 22:26 GMT Bellavista
great one, love it!
Apr 02 2012 20:46 GMT hans55 PRO
beautifull !!!
Apr 03 2012 21:35 GMT wijnie58
This is a beautiful painting...:-))
Apr 04 2012 06:18 GMT senna3
Excellent work!
I wonder, did you have the original in your mind, or did you use a photograph of the landscape, or is the image just created when you are at work?
Apr 04 2012 08:32 GMT Riet
I never use a photograph. Unless it would be a photograph taken by myself. My paintings are created when I am at work :-)
I draw with a pencil first a few lines , here that were the lines of the horizon and the lines of the hills. I wanted water, but only sky and water would be rather 'flat' I thought,
so I painted that mountain at the left.
But now I was not satisfied with the right corner of the canvas, so I painted a piece of flat land with in my mind the idea it was the foot of another mountain.
And still I was not satisfied! I wanted something that would make the water more vivid.
But how?
I looked for images of water in internet with the hints river, vivid and wild. Bingo!
Now I could see how wild water looked like.
Foam, dark spots.

Apr 05 2012 18:31 GMT charlie26
This is a very nice painting.