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EDM art 5: A hot woodburning stove.

Few things are as comforting and warming as an old woodburning stove, or coalstove as we used to call it. during the day it gets stacked with wood and at night with coals which can simmer all night long with closed vent; Coming down to a kitchen, smelling the heat from the coals and just moving the kettle over for an old fashioned coffee,…it is a joy few people know about today and many might remember it form childhood. In winter this is our chef in the kitchen.. For heat, for comfort, for a homely ambiance, for cooking , for keeping the kettle ready, and warming the hands. Of course this thing can push out some mean kilowatts and I have a few scars as evidence. But boy, a tajine or a boeuf bourguignon or a rosemary leg of lamb coming out of that little oven…it gives total a new meaning to the term oven baked. As the thermostat is long gone, I am obliged to step back in time and test the oven temperature  by sticking in my hand in the oven and counting….warm, hot or freakin hot!

..kettle and woodburning stove..

watercolour and pilot prera pen in Stillman & birn Alpha sketchbook, 22.9X15.2 cm

coalstoveOn this hot note I leave you until tomorrow when I will hopefully be back with “bristles”.

Ronelle

6 responses

  1. annie

    You picked a challenging angle–that is, it would challenge me, Ronelle. But how warm the scene is–a hot kettle on a glowing stove. I just love it. A keeper, for sure.
    annie

    May 5, 2015 at 6:40 pm

    • Thank you, Annie. Yes, I am actually trying to work with some different angles…not necessarily very correct perspective wise, more for interest.. 🙂

      May 7, 2015 at 2:31 pm

  2. very cool angle 🙂

    can you not get another thermostat for it?

    May 5, 2015 at 9:48 pm

    • Thanks for the nod on the weird angle. I suppose I can find another thermostat..just been too lazy to start looking(shhh, don’t repeat that!) 🙂

      May 7, 2015 at 2:25 pm

  3. You’ve just made a very humble item a glorious thing. Beautiful.

    May 5, 2015 at 9:52 pm

    • Thank you Cindy…it is quite a humble item isn’t it…never thouht of it that way…now I love it even more. 🙂

      May 7, 2015 at 2:23 pm

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