Jumping Skier by Netta Pickering

Jumping Skier

Oil on Canvas. My daughter was going on a ski trip and bought a magazine with this skier on the cover. I love the action in the picture.
lovely work Netta with great movement and nice colour,..many compliments!....Michael
2 months ago
Thank you, Michael, for the lovely comment..and compliments!..Netta
1 month
Netta, I love the way you capture the snow spray and action. Very nice to view while stuck in this awful heat! :-)
2 months
Hi Deborah, maybe if you keep looking it will cool you off! Thank you for your lovely comment, hugs, Netta
1 month
Great piece Netta, you have grabbed the movement , Love it
2 months
Thank you, Barry, it caught my imagination when I saw the photo, just had to capture it :) Warmest. Netta
1 month
Wonderful feeling of movement Netta x
2 months
Thank you, Graham, for the lovely compliment. I love the clods and sprays of snow! Netta x
1 month
A fine capture in your superb style, Netta. Love it.
A definite Special Favourite for me!
Warmest wishes, Peter
2 months
Thank you Peter for that wonderful compliment! And adding it to your favourites! Warmest wishes, Netta
1 month
Beautifully done, love the action in this!!!
1 month
Thank you, Bevie, yes he's taking a leap of faith, isn't he? Warm regards, Netta
1 month
I love this action creative piece.
1 month
Thank you, Patti, for the lovely comment! Netta
1 month
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Artist Statement
for Netta Pickering
Netta PickeringOriginally from Northern Ireland, I came to America in 1956.
I have been drawing since I was a child, maybe eight or nine years old.
I have had no formal training of any kind other than in high school. I have painted in oils, acrylics, watercolors and pastels,
I appreciate all the kind comments from so many wonderful artists on PIL.
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