April 25, 2007

EDM #116 Green

Green times three - My Green, Adirondack chair, the front lawn just awakening from winter, the blue spruce in the front yard. This is my favorite spot on my front porch, to sit and reflect, watch the snowfall, view a thunderstorm passing through, or just relax in the evening as the sun sets and I enjoy a hot cup of tea or something 'stronger'. Peace - Green peace?

16 comments:

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

very cute - I loved the shopping carts too.

Lin said...

WONDERFULLY DONE!!!

caseytoussaint said...

Beautiful, Sandy. I'd like to sit down on your porch with you and have a chat.

Shelly McC said...

This looks wonderful! Great work!

Anita said...

Looks like such a beautiful place to sit and relax. Well done with the chair, not the easiest thing to sketch!

Deborah said...

How about some ice tea on a sunny day? Can we put our feet up on the railing? Looks like a beautiful place to spend time.

Susan Hosken said...

Great journal page with nice drawings.
lots of love from Susan in Australia

E-J said...

I like the variety of greens! You've made me green now too, with envy at your porch.

SCquiltaddict said...

VERY NICE job!!!!

platitudinal said...

I like this picture of your front porch. It is peaceful and has the atmosphere of contentment. It certainly echoes what you’ve written about it.

*I too would like to have a front porch to watch the sunset and thunderstorm. Oh, yes, and that awesome chair with the pine tree thing in the middle.

Africantapestry said...

You're so right, the best things in life are free and there just for the taking...this chair is inviting one to do just that...lovely rendition of calm and peace and contentment...
Enjoy your porch!
ronell

Emma Pod said...

What a nice combination of greens! I like the chair, the fence and the tree. Very soothing.

aPugsLife-laserone said...

Great job! I love this, it came out great! :)

phthaloblu said...

Great sketch! I love my porch, too. Aren't they great?

Mary Ellen said...

FANTASTIC sketch! Lovely colours and context ... makes me want to be there ... Cheers! Mary Ellen

Sandy said...

Oh, I would love to come sit in that chair..looks wonderful. I've only been here a minute and can tell I love your artwork and sketches. sandy