7" x 11" (image) original watercolor on paper, double mats, installed in 11" x 14" wood frame. Painting is a winter landscape with country cabin during a snowshower. Distant vista of mountains and trees.
Hapwarm: Hap is an old Yorkshire word for a heavy fall of snow, and likewise, hapwarm is an 18th-century dialect word for a heavy, all-covering item of clothing, worn to keep in the heat and keep out the cold.
"Hapwarm Morning" would pair perfectly with "Spring's Quilt", of similar color and quiet winter scene.