|"Cabin Weather," 8 x 10 watercolor, 300 lb. d'Arches cold press paper|
Snowfall. Silence. Security.
For me, it's a cabin kind of day, especially in my memories.
If you've read anything of my blog, you know I've written about cabins often through the years.
Type in the word in the upper left search box, and you'll find more than 20 posts. Why? It probably goes back to our cabin in the Manzano Mountains of New Mexico. You can see those photos on this post from 2009: "Views of the Cabin."
One of my posts prompted a poem from a fellow blogger I met in this on-line universe, Kay Lawson Gilbert of Pennsylvania. We'e still friends al these years later, and her poem still fits the mood of many of my paintings.
So on this cabin kind of day, today's watercolor, and her poem: