Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Wordless Wednesday

 
Okay, I have to say a few words. ☺
 
My kindergartner son painted this picture in art class, and I'm proud to say it was one of the works chosen to be featured at a schoolwide art exhibit last week. People keep telling me I have an artist on my hands. I think so, too—but he certainly didn't get it from me!

Wishing you all a beautiful—and colorful!—Wednesday. ☺

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  1. You DEFINITELY do have a talented artist on your hands :)

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  2. Happy WW, feel free to pop over and link up on Ms Mystery Case : www.msmysterycase.com

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  3. That's great!! Congrats to your boy:)

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    1. I'll pass that on to him. Thanks. :)

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  4. Oh, I love that picture! Creative and beautiful...

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    1. Thanks! I love his choice of colors. :)

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  5. Amazingly beautiful, you got very talented young man:)

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    1. Thanks so much! I think so, too. ☺

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  6. You do have a very talented son, this painting is wonderful!

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  7. Yes, you do have an artist on your hands. That's good work for a kindergartener!

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  8. Great artwork. Kudos to your son!

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  9. Wow! I agree with whoever said you have an artist on your hands! No wonder you are such a proud mama! Kudos!

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    1. Thanks, Teresa. The funny thing is he was never crazy about art until he started school.

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  10. If only they stayed that way, trouble is they grow up and find other things to do. Enjoy him while he is like that they change.
    Dana the photo I posted today was for you as you said you needed some spring.

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    1. I will, Bill. They do grow up so fast.

      I just saw your photo—lovely! Thanks for that taste of spring. :)

      That flower I posted about last week is now surrounded by snow. I'm crossing my fingers that it'll still make it.

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  11. I love his picture. It's so vibrant and lively!

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    1. Thanks. I really love the colors he chose!

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  12. A very fun and excellent composition. Yes, you're an artist at home, congratulations.

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    1. Thanks. I thought he did a great job. ☺

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  14. That is a great picture. Especially for a 5 year old. I know a 66 year old that could not do that good :)
    Hope it gets framed and hung in a very conspicuous spot :)

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    1. Thanks! Funny, I know a forty-year-old who couldn't paint that owl. ;)

      We haven't gotten the painting back yet, but when we do, I will definitely frame it.

      Happy Wednesday. ☺

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  15. I love this...and I would certainly support his creativity!

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    1. Thanks! My brother can draw incredibly well, so maybe that's where my son gets his talent. Wherever it comes from, I plan on nurturing it. :)

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  16. LOVE the colors he picked! How bright and cheery! Thanks for dropping by my blog. WW!

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    1. Thanks, Mary! Glad you stopped by. :)

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  17. Please tell him it is indeed lovely!
    Thanks for stopping by!
    Happy WW! :)

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  18. A cute drawing....have a nice day....!

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  19. That's really good! I think you do have a little artist on your hands!

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  20. you could work together - your writing, his illustrations - family business ;)

    This will be such a great memory for him when he'll be all grown up! It's absolutely lovely.

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    1. What a cool idea! I'll see if he'll go for it. ;)

      Thanks, Adriana.

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  21. So colorful and talented! I love it!

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  22. What an AWESOME job! My son is also in kindergarten and LOVES art, but they don't have classes in school, so I have him going to a local studio :-) I can see your little guy wanting to keep going with his talent too! :-)

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    1. I sure hope he wants to continue. Thanks. ☺

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    1. Thanks! I'll tell him you said so. :)

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  24. That is so gorgeous - it should be on a greetings card!

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    1. My thought exactly. ;)

      Thanks, Linda.

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  25. Yes, your son is definitely an artist. ;)

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  26. I do believe that children make the best - the VERY BEST - artists! As Picasso said: "All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up."

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  27. That is adorable! Definitely frame-worthy. :-)

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    1. Thanks. I'll definitely be framing it. :)

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  28. I concur with Katy. Frame that thing! I framed a couple "works of art" created by my own girls as little artists. They are still displayed in my home. People are always surprised that they were done by children.

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    1. Oh, I plan on it. I told him I wanted to frame it, and he was so excited. :)

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  29. Hi Dana! I just wanted to say thanks for popping by and commenting on my blog! It is so rare that I get a comment that each one is truly precious. Also, I will just add WOW - this owl painting is awesome! Definitely frame-worthy and with out a question perfect for the art exhibit. You must be super proud! :-)

    P.S. I love owls!

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    1. You're very welcome. Your blog is great! Do you have a follow button? I didn't see one when I was there, but I could have missed it.

      Thanks so much for your kind words about my son's painting. He's very proud, and so am I!

      I love owls, too—mainly because my grandma did. ☺

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  30. Yay! For a talented son. Frame the art and your son would love it when he grows elder!

    Nas

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  31. That is an amazing and beautiful owl! :)

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  32. Beautiful picture! Hang it in your yard and scare the hell out of the mice.

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  33. So cute! And yep, five was about the age my kids began to outdraw me too!

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    1. He can definitely draw circles around me!

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  34. Congratulations to your kindergartner! That's one beautiful artwork. A treasure indeed.

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  35. a painter in the making, nice work kiddo

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    1. Thanks. I'll let him know you said so. ☺

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  36. Hi! I'm Rachel. I'm doing the A-Z Blogger Challenge this year so I thought that I should introduce myself.

    When I was little, I drew my picture of my dad in a truck. It looked like a dinosaur was eating him. Your son, however, has some pretty awesome talent. That's better than any art work I've ever done and I'm 19 years old.

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    1. Aw, thanks, Rachel. My son's artwork is way better than mine, too. ☺

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  37. Congratulations, love the colors and its harmony!

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  38. a cute drawing by your sweet kid..well done & encourage him in his talent.. GOD bless him..GOD<3U

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  39. That is very good. Cheery. Be sure to encourage his talent.

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    1. Thanks. Looking at it makes me happy. ☺

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  40. Very cute ookpick :) Your son is talented :)

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  41. Impressive for that age! That is about what mine would look like now! ;-)
    -Jamie
    ChatterBlossom

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    1. Haha! I think mine would be a lot worse. :)

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  42. This is beautiful! I hope you frame it and display it somewhere. Really awesome! And he's only 5?!?!

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    1. Thanks, I plan on it! He's six now, but he was five when he painted it. ☺

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