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Ann-Lise Norman

Ann-Lise NormanAnn-Lise Norman

Painting for me is a process of receiving and transmitting attributes of ideas, shapes, relationships, landscape, colours.   A sense of undisturbed space, the intersection between external and internal that derives from being a speck receiving the immensity of the sky over the broad plains, or the volumous shapes and lines that define the eastern slopes of southern Alberta, are current themes.


I largely paint plein air, and occasionally in the studio from plein air sketches.  Like some of the others in the Outsiders group, I have little formal training and learned techniques and methods at my mother's knee: Rosalyn Haynes-Norman was a professional illustrator and artist.  I work mainly in oils but occasionally watercolor or acrylic.


Buffalo DrawBuffalo Draw


Smoky Priddis DaySmoky Priddis Day

















Mill Creek RidgeMill Creek Ridge