MP drew this portrait of Poppy the other night.
Then she told me she wanted to take ‘artist’ classes.
I dig it.
Filed under Art Piece
Tagged as children, kids, preschoolers
ooooo- I love it!
I bet you could sell prints of it- seriously.
very picasso-esque 🙂
Mad skillz. Your progeny has mad skillz. Which is cool. My girl is just delusional. Can’t draw anything that even resembles anything/one but her dearest ambition is to “be a[n] art teacher when I be big.”
Thanks for sharing; I’ll be doing less weeping for the future today.
Totally right-brained! What talent 🙂
This is sweet! She definitely has a good chance of becoming a starving artist…without the starving part. Can’t wait to say, I knew her when.
Can she come to the office and do one of me?
That’s a seriously cool caricature.
And if you ever decide to get a tattoo. . . here it is.
Some artist teachers will actually come to your home… but you may have to feed them, and they always have 2 cokes with their meal, and they always whine about how they may never pay off there artist school loans. Ask MP if she is into dance.
I totally thought Picasso at first glance too. I love it. I would totally mat and frame that and not feel like a big dorky “I frame and display my child’s crappy artwork” mom.
Oooh, or sell it on eBay.
My daughter loves to draw also, I just love to see what they come up with.
Gorgeous. I’m sure my little Bean could come up with something equally as wonderful, but unfortunately he eats crayons. So I guess we’ll never know.
I definitely got a Picasso vibe. I’m sure a real art teacher would be very impressed. The angles and proportions are very interesting.
I recommend a sketch book, ASAP! It keeps loose papers at bay and shows a progression. Encourage her to bring it everywhere. And lots of colored pencils.
That has a definite Picasso feel. You should get her to some artist classes ASAP.
Love it…..very Picassoish.
What’s the cross thing on the ear?
Santa brought a Melissa & Doug easel for Christmas. I think MP needs one, too.
She has an unique way of seeing and wonderful proportions — a lot like my favorite illustrator/artist, Jules Feiffer, who I blab WAY too much about.
That’s amazing. Seriously. Wow.
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