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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Kitchen, Sirkka Jalava

Still sketching. This time through the kitchen window.  You see my way out there in the background to the right among all trees. No snow now, + 2 degrees Celsius. The sun was shining when I made the sketch in my sketchbook. ( You san see the paper is curling)

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  1. this is so lovely Sirkka. Are those bottles of paint on the table? I love this wash of colors.

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    1. Thanks Lynn. Yes, they are acrylic bottles, then boxes with pastels, watercolor tubes, a s o. I have not drawn all things, there are papers, brushes, pens, pictures aso too. a truly mess of everything.

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  2. Hi Sirkka. What a peaceful setting, looks lovely. I feel like I'm there in your kitchen. Thanks.

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    1. Thanks, Gloria. Wellcome in my kitchen:)

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  3. Mmm...looks like a wonderful place to sit and sketch and watch what is going on outside. This is lovely!

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    1. Joan, thanks. It is my favourite place to sit and sketch and paint. It can be the light (comes from the east) and it is nearby the waterspot and easy to clean up if needs. And the view out of the window,

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  4. I love the depth of field in this painting and the delicate use of watercolors. I feel like I'm sitting at your table and seeing your view on the world. Very nice!

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    1. It is always so interesting to read how other people see see the paintings. You are so wellcome to sit at my table with me and see out on the world:) Thank you, Lisa!

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  5. What a beautiful view. Thank you for this Sirkka. It is like an oasis.

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    1. Thank you Margaret! I am glad that you see it so.( I think in the same way.)

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  6. Your sketches are always so beautiful. I love the plants in the window.

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    1. Thank you Melisa! I am glad to hear that. Sorry, I cant find the name in english (Benjamin fikus).

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  7. I am a window lover. Love this one.

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