Be Safe, Dear Cabin!

Be Safe, Dear Cabin!

I have been at my brother’s cabin in Colorado for the past week. Even though it has been a wet year, fire prevention is always on everyone’s minds. Every year, the area close to the cabin needs to be raked clear of burnables such as pine needles, cones, and branches. This morning while the others were raking and burning the rubbish, I made a quick sketch of cleanup action. May all the work keep the cabin safe another year!

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6 Responses to Be Safe, Dear Cabin!

  1. Marty says:

    This is lovely, Sarah. So very nice to see.

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  2. Sheila Greer says:

    Another Masterpiece!

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  3. deb92024 says:

    There’s something immensely sweet here juxtaposed against the threat of fire. I like the sense of movement the figures have, and also the color resonance of the roof and the fire – May they never meet!

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    • Thank you Deborah, for commenting on the contrast of people and fire, I painted this so quickly that I did not not think it through, and now I see the color resonance and briskly moving people too.


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