Friday, August 03, 2007

Art show

Frantically finishing the last sweater, and when my fingers need a rest, I've been doing some book reviews. (I'm hoping to post one in the next day or two.) In the meantime, our first photo shoot for the book was yesterday, and we've been told it went really well. (Phew.)

In the meantime, enjoy with me the lovely art of my five-and-a-half year old twins from cubism week at art camp:



Inspired by Erik Carle's Very Hungry Caterpillar.



Chagall-inspired mixed media by N.



Picasso-esqure portrait by G.



and Mondrian collage by G.

10 comments:

Carol said...

Seems creativity runs in the family. They're great!

Carol said...

I like the Chagall, but they are all cool.

anne marie in philly said...

like the mondrian, but all are worthy of admiration.

missed you this week at sip-n-knit. hopefully you can join us this wednesday (pretty please?)...

Bridget said...

Cool. Makes me wish I had gone to art camp as a kid. (However, art had not been invented yet, it was that long ago ...)

Diane said...

Hope you have enough room on your fridge for all that lovely artwork.

Carol said...

Aw, c'mon, Bridge, what about those cave paintings?

mindy said...

Oh, they're all so wonderful.

Ann said...

Those kids have a knack for color and form -- nice work!

Kathy Merrick said...

Caro, N's Chagall is spot-on.
What a good eye!
And I love G's cubist portrait.

You are a wise parent, my friend.

Rabbitch said...

I like the Chagall-inspired one. Clearly your children are geniuses.