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She’s a bit abstact

Published May 25, 2018 by lynn k scott

My daughter has a love of painting.  She sometimes paints pictures but she paints a lot of abstract pieces.  I found a really good deal on canvas and some acrylic paints and she’s having a blast letting her creativity flow.   IMG_20180512_193938_494.jpg

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My personal favorite.

To be honest, her preferred medium is watercolor paints, and I continue to buy them for her, but she is learning to use a variety of paints and seeing how they work with her creations.

Sometimes her paintings are “unique” but some I just fall in love with immediately.  I have never been a big art person, but my appreciation for what someone can create is growing.  We have a small collection of her artwork lining various walls and doorways in our home.  She’s even had an offer to buy one of her pieces.

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Bold colors

I am incredibly proud of my lil miss.  She isn’t afraid to show people her work.  She is having fun but also learning a variety of skills.  Sometimes, she will paint just to paint.  Other times, I’ll assign something for school.  Regardless of the reason she paints, I truly hope she continues to develop her art; wherever it may lead her.

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Clay Creations

Published May 25, 2018 by lynn k scott

School may be winding down, but we still had time to get in another creative, clay creation.  I stopped off at the store to get a few new pens and my daughter HAD to have some clay.  Who am I to crush her creativity?  So we purchased more clay.  We normally go through a couple tubs a year.

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My daughter loves using her imagination to create.  Normally, painting is her primary form of art, but I encourage her to explore and play with different mediums.  I was pretty impressed with her two clay creations.  She made a couch; complete with pillows.  Her other piece..hmm…not sure what to call it.  It reminds me of something you’d see in a city park or something.  Regardless…it’s cute.

My daughter used some newly acquired, glitter glue, to give some color to her arches piece.  I like the simplistic look she chose and the contrast of the colored sections to the original clay.

 

Giant Asparagus

Published November 19, 2015 by lynn k scott

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One morning, as I’m walking my daughter towards her school, she notices this branch near the sidewalk.  She looks at it for a moment, then looks at me and says, “Mom?  Doesn’t this look a giant asparagus?”

I then took a moment to look at the branch and had to agree with her, that it did.  Of course, my lil miss had to take it a step further.  She said, “I bet it is a giant asparagus thrown down from the heavens by a baby giant.”

I smiled, and said, “perhaps”.  The imagination of this child, once developed, could make her a multi-million dollar screen writer!

 

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