Friday, November 5, 2010

Cabin fever

One more Montana post today...This was the house our friends rented..the little cabin from a couple posts ago is another building on the property where we stayed...all snug, in amongst the trees. I buy multi-media sketchbooks, but sometimes cover the outside with handmade papers or a map of the area etc.. It makes the journal less generic and more personal.


Carol Blackburn said...

Looks beautiful, Annelein. Great job.

helen said...

I got 'cabin fever' last year when we got snowed in - a few inches of snow - but we are in Portland Oregon! Would not mind being stuck in the cabin!


Lovely painting , I wish I could have holidays here , looks very peaceful place !!!

cathyswatercolors said...

Hi, thank you for answering my jpg question.
What a wonderful time you must have had in Montana.
I bet that it is beautiful in the fall.
I like the sketch book idea with a map for a cover. Very clever!
Of course the way you paint is AmaZing!

Sandra Busby said...

Sorry I missed your last post! The campfire sketch is fantastic! And this painting is wonderful too. I would love to sketch like this - beautiful!

Margaret said...

Love your use of colors and this is really a charming cabin sketch. In the cabin sketch below, I really like how you used the rocks and tall grass to lead into the painting. The angle of the monastery painting is really nice as well. As usual, wonderful!