My wife’s been getting creative again. Jade loves these little girls.
Jade loves painting at StrongStart. These are her “happy totem poles”.
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).
Grandma has a neat Godzilla toy at her house.
Toys are always such great inspirations for fun artwork.
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:
Little known fact …
These are the famous Toilet Roll Galapagos Birds (image above).
Darwin originally linked the evolution of birds with common toilet rolls.
My wife presented and unearthed this startling, new discovery today!
Remember, DON’T throw away your old toilet paper rolls.
Give them the love, care and creativity to evolve into a beautiful bird.
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).