Monday, February 13, 2012

"Cottage Kitchen" - SOLD


6x6" oil on Gessobord

I love walking into a summer cottage at the beginning of a vacation. This is the Rose Cottage in Port Clyde, Maine. My family has stayed in this cottage every summer for the past five years. It's a long haul from California but it's well worth the trip. This painting represents how it looks upon arrival, just before we load in the fifteen plus bags of groceries!

5 comments:

Nancy Colella said...

VERY COOL!
Just enough said. Love it.

Merci said...

I love how you not only captured the feeling of light in the room, but that you also managed to make the floor look like it has wooden boards! The table has such beautiful reflected light on it as well. Nicely done!

Michael Chamberlain said...

Thank you both!

Virginia Floyd said...

I love the spareness of this painting, and the light from the window!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

I LOVE this. I agree with your sentiments too, and Port Clyde sure is a long way from CA but so worth it! This explains your Maine references.