Thursday, June 9, 2011

Original Art


{linking up today with a happy...}

round button chicken

The Little Guy, in the throes of artistic genius, sketched out this drawing.  And I know I'm not the only one who sees a lady's face in there!

I hung it on the fridge in delight and found that I became kind of enamored with his accidental abstract art.  I especially love her lips!

The little scratch pad drawing wasn't really suitable for wall display, but once I blew it up to 8 x 10 on the photocopier and traced it in Sharpie marker, I thought it merited a frame.  If I'd been buying a frame, I probably would have chosen black, but what I had around was this white frame, and I ended up liking it that way.
A little original art for the entryway makes me happy!

11 comments:

Aunt Betty said...

I love it! Can he write his name yet? If so he should sign it. I hope you at least put his name and age on the back.

Oesch Family said...

Awesome Drawing! Just imagine if he becomes an artist later on in life! What a great piece of art too!

ElissaMLF said...

I love it! Think he was trying to draw a picture of you? :) The girls have a couple of small round canvasses hanging in their room that Amelia painted, and I love them. Such a cheap, fun project -- maybe $5/canvas at Michael's and $5 for a couple of tubes of paint and a brush -- and such a pretty result!

Wanting What I Have said...

Oh my!!! What a talented genius baby you have! The next Picasso!!! (only, much better!!!) I'm so impressed!

Lisa said...

Hey, that looks like Picasso to me, too! Wow!

The Steffens said...

WOW!!!!! Isn't that crazy super advanced of him??! I too think he was probably trying to draw his mama. How great!

Haus Frau said...

Wow--what an artist! Kudos for framing it. I'm sure it makes him that much more proud of his work. :)

The Cagles said...

That's so awesome! I have been waiting for E to do the same. Love the lady lips and her nose! Good job, Picasso!

BettieBoyd said...

Sweet boy---loves his mama!

Aunt Betty said...

Yea sure and I guess next you'll be telling us JF painted the tulip : ) Just kidding you.

Nesser said...

That's so amazing!