Whew! In the middle of the busy Thanksgiving weekend we went up to our cabin to drain the water pipes. We're having several freezing nights in a row and want to avoid the frustration of showing up some cold and rainy evening only to find that the pipes have burst.
While there, I was able to get in a quick drawing of the squirrel stove and do some imagining of how the remodel might look when finished. What's actually in place now are the door, stove, and window. These are all part of our efforts to upgrade this little cabin that has been in my husband's family since the 1950's. He's enjoying doing all the work himself. I'm learning to be patient, the path is more important than the destination!
We want to put in cabinets, some kind of treatment behind the stove pipe, countertops, and flooring. We're close to making decisions, but haven't quite nailed everything. So this little water color is about playing with the color scheme to see if we like soft golds and greens. (Arches travel journal, Windsor Newton paint set, water brush, sharpie).
Coming to the end of AED Month is mixed for me. I've tried more media this month than I would have, gone more public than I would have, gotten a blog up and running again, and discovered many more artists than I knew about. It's been a hard pace for me to keep up, though. I am very grateful to those who have stopped by, and deeply appreciative to all who have been an inspiration to me! I hope to continue with Creativity Every Day.