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.
My wife created this kooky drawing during the cousin “art time” at grandma’s.
While at Grandma’s place, Jade and I looked at old photo albums.
Jade especially loved our wedding album.
After we paged through it, Jade immediately started drawing.
It was so cool seeing her so excited about this magical day.
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Tomorrow is our family’s 13th wedding anniversary.
I’m so grateful for our lifetime of love together.
Here’s a photograph of our first dance as husband and wife.
Lots of new art on Grandma’s fridge.
My daughter Jade, her cousins and myself drew voraciously at Grandma’s place.
I drew the green seaweed and the top blue line.
Jade created the rest of the drawing.
Those pink jellyfish really love to party.
Finally, some chalk art weather again.
My wife drew this smiling octopus outside our home.
Me and my 8-arm friends are indestructible … We’re not scared of nothing!
My wife drew these fun doodles with Jade.
One day, I’ll see the stormy waves along the coast of Vancouver Island. One day …
Detail from our drawing.
The view from our window.
Summer is almost over so we had to enjoy one last day at the beach.
Making sandy circles with Jade at Barnet Marine Park in Burnaby, British Columbia.
A jelly fish floated along the beach shore.
A sunbathing seal enjoyed the afternoon with us too.