My doodle on Grandma’s fridge.
Early morning … getting my wheels turning …
Last week, there was a city wide celebration called Vancouver Draw Down. Leading up to the event, were daily online challenges. The above image was my response to the Day 3 Challenge.
Find a pattern in nature and fill a page by repeating it over and over, using at least eight different colours.
Another of my creations during “Art Time” with my nieces and nephews at Grandma’s.
After I titled the image, I found a 1931 Mickey Mouse film with the same name.
Enclosed below is a link of the colourized version of the animation …
Mickey Mouse – Blue Rhythm – (1931)
Maybe a leopard can change their spots ???
Another creation during “Art Time” with my nieces and nephews at Grandma’s.
At Grandma’s place, Jade had some exciting moments with her cousin Liam.
Liam loves to “splatter paint” and he created this wonderful autumn image (above).
My wife also created this “edgy” snake for Liam’s arm with face paints (below).
Liam’s hamming it up to scare his mom (my sister).
We just came back from Grandma’s home in Saskatchewan.
Grandma is “old school” and doesn’t have any cable tv or internet connections.
Because of that, we spent a lot of time drawing, going to to the playground, etc.
Jade had a wonderful time seeing all her cousins, aunts, uncles …
And Jade especially loved seeing her Grandma again.
Cutting up some old drawings and splashing around some cool summer colours.
There’ll always be darkness in life.
Always believe, trust in each other … And have patience.
Love will persevere and find a way.
Doodling with some Elvis Costello 80s music in the background.