My little daughter has so much energy.
Jade’s my wild flower.
She’s the wildest rose.
Sometimes Jade likes to make different brush marks all over the page.
I love this approach — especially when she uses different colours.
It’s always interesting to photograph different sections. Below are some examples:
I’ve always been described as hyper, dynamic, and extremely good looking…;P
A fun day creating with Jade.
We cut some great old printed material and added doodle lines.
I’m always a sucker for stamps and cancellation artwork.
Hurtling through space at the speed of light …
I grew up on the Canadian prairies and we played in the snow all day.
But, I especially loved walking outside when the sun was going down.
Sometimes, the snow-drifts would catch some amazing colours .
This is an old image Jade and I created together.
Sometimes, we like to make random marks and see what happens.
The lines are drifting off to sleep … going to dreamland.
A fun, happy drawing from my 3 year old daughter Jade.
We sing, play, and dance whenever we can.
Her happiness is truly contagious!
I just love her!
A hint of Arctic air.
It was chilly in Vancouver today.
I was telling Jade about the beauty of the Northern Lights.
I grew up in the Canadian prairies and we’d see them often.
The Northern Lights dance, glow and shimmer across the dark sky.
The Canadian winter brings many moments of creative beauty.
Yesterday, during a family walk, I photographed some ice.
Always appreciate the simple beauty around you.
Our family almost always paints or draws at our kitchen table.
We’ve thought long and hard about how to best integrate our family’s art space and material.
Firstly, we wanted to incorporate Jade’s art into the work space.
We also wanted our art resources / materials to be easily accessible.
For a final touch, we envisioned Jade’s paintings in our living room.
Last month, we went to Ikea and purchased some Expedit bookshelves.
For us, it’s a perfect space solution.
Today, I put up Jade’s art in our living / working area (pics below).