This summer has brought opportunities for various creative projects and a kalidescope of different mediums to work with. I just wanted to share a few…
When David’s mom sent his pic to me to have a special creation made for her son’s 13th birthday I was amazed at David’s talent. She told me he was getting ready to leave for a sleepover. When she commented on the large amount he had packed he grabbed pen and paper and quickly drew this self-portrait. I agree with mom, I think he has a future in illustration, animation, etc.!
I thought it only appropriate that his creation’s first photo shoot take place at the beach. David’s creation originated from Redy2go Junction. It’s a place that no matter what direction you head, with faith as your guide, you will always find HOME!:) Happy birthday, David!
These two pics were sent to me by Shellie to have creations made for her niece and nephew. Xochi drew the purple dragon and he is from Journey Summit, where as soon as a dragon’s wings are fully developed; the fine art of bungee jumping is practiced. Andre has an exceptional use of color and this creation comes from Kalidescope Cavern, where all colors and imagination dwell.
I know this is a diversion from the norm, but when you know something cool or uplifting, I feel it’s our duty to pass it on.
With the recent passing of Andy Griffith, whose show I watched growing up, I just wanted to share with you a little tribute by my cockatiel, Dewy. I call it the Andy Griffith Jingle Bell Mix. Christmas in July !
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Can you guess what this is?
HINT: It goes with this…
You guessed it! CORNHOLE!
This project was fun to work on and turned out well, dont’ you think? Notice that the cats get to catch their favorite snack (team fish or team mouse) as cornhole bags are thrown. Back to my painting roots for this project. I love creating whatever the medium!