I’m letting Boo paint over one of my old paintings. The canvas is a foot taller than she is! The plan is to work on it in stages and in multiple mediums, so stay tuned for the finished piece in a few weeks. This is serious art.
I love these pics from 2009: My Little Pollock
Sassy Sites! says
I'm excited to see what it will turn out to be… I'm sure it will be CUTE!! Your little girl is darling!
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I can't wait to see when she's all done! How cute!
You are a fun mom! I let my kids do that once…in the garage. You are so brave to let her have at it in your foyer. I can't wait to see what she creates 🙂
Forever You says
LOL! A master piece!Can`T wait to see! and you certainty are brave to let her do it at all! but in the foyer??- are a hero!
Lovely Little Nest says
Ooh can't wait to see the finished product! I've seen something similar done by a 3 year old…it ended up looking like something you'd see in an Art Gallery! Such a creative idea and a great way to boost your daughter's self-esteem 🙂
Lucky girl! Looks like fun. Can't wait to see finished masterpiece!
How fun! What a great art project!
Ashley – now that I'm following you on FaceBook I see the volume of things you are producing and it is amazing. You are a truly talented artist full of wonderful ideas! You are such an inspiration to me. I would love to branch out and start silkscreening as well. I just ordered a Dharma Trading catalog and I'm looking forward to trying some of their transfers as well as the clothing blanks. Your daughter is so lucky to have her own personal art instructor! I hope to be such an inspiration to my own daugther.
The Owl's Closet says
oh wow, i can't wait to see how this turns out! i just found ur blog today and i'm a fan:)
Oooh how fun, I can't wait to see the finished masterpiece.
What a fun idea. Can't wait to see what she makes!
A creative mom raising a creative little girl…WONDERFUL!!! My boys (now 24-30) still remember our "art projects"…and our "cooking lessons".
Jane (artfully graced)
have you ever seen the movie "my kid could paint that?" I'm sure you'd enjoy it from an artist's and painter's perspective. It's a bit "controversial" at times but a very interesting discussion.