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Reblogged from 2me4art:
My 10 year old daughter's artwork blows me away.
Posted on July 16, 2012 at 6:40 AM in Uncategorized | RSS feed
It blows me away too – wow! She is so talented – like you!
She is scary smart. If I ask her ANYTHING about computer’s or my site…she says, “I can do that” I always answer, “Of course you can Sophie.” Amazing child. She came out that way.
Hi there, I’m another follower via Pinterest. This is a beautiful work of art, your daughter is very talented – well done! It’s really interesting to see what comes out of young people’s minds, and this is a really inspiring piece. I’ll be re-pinning on my page too (http://pinterest.com/GroovyPumpkin/) so I can try it out with my son who’s due to be on his summer holidays from next week. He’s 6 and autistic so is a bit more limited with his art skills, but we’ll see what happens. Best wishes to you both – Jane
Thank you for your complements on Sophie’s art. She is amazing. She took the week plus weekend to make that. She also started with a 6 foot piece, I convinced her that she tire of the whole thing at that length, thus her art would become diminished because she would be bored with it. A huge relief to me when she cut it down to this length. Cheap rolled paper & sharpies. If you think he wouldn’t want to do it like sophie, you could try making it a one inch piece or something uniquely him. That would be cool, like a border…I’m babbling. I’ll check out your page.
Thanks for your suggestions, I like the idea of a one inch piece – we could do one every other day and then join them up when he’s got a bigger collection. I like the idea of a border too.
I am an art teacher to little ones, they taught me so much about art.
This is so awesome! Does is show up as well on the other side of the window too?
Very different view from other side, like a negative. No one thought to ask that question, I guess everyone only thinks of themselves. Including me!! However it is very interesting from the backside, maybe if it’s made it should be considered a backside of the house work or color both sides.
This is amazing, she is very talented. Blessing her and Good Luck. Thank you, with my love, nia
Thank you! I am amazed by her everyday.
call me dumb, but I don’t know what you mean by cheap rolled paper..
Not dumb, I stumbled upon it in a toy store, it was with all the premade art stuff. I teach an art class & I thought how great it would be for the kids to do longer pieces of art work. You can try regular typing/copy paper, just put something under it so it wont bleed. The point is not to use drawing paper or an art paper because it is too think for the light to pass through the paper as easily. Good luck. -amy
Really cool gonna make it for Mother’s Day project on smaller scale frame in two sided glass for grandma’s to put up in their kitchen windows
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