Monday, March 23, 2009
Baby Boy and Me,
That's quite the abstract!
Trav - He can use the Paint program better than I can. Kids. Computers. Amazing.
But now that I've looked at it again on the big world wide internet gallery wall, I think I see a chicken with legs......
No. no .no. That's a European country.For sure.
It's beautiful too. Grand babies all do amazing things. They just do.Have a terrific evening. Hope you are feeling better.Big hug and lotsa lovies. :)
it just needs one of those little peace globes over to one side....smile.
Sandee - Everything he does is beautiful to me. Yes indeed.
Katherine - I think I see it!(no. maybe it's the drugs....)
great! I wish I was that good.
Mike - He kept trying to erase a spot to the left with the "eraser" and it came out white. I think it looks pretty cool.Like a hand....a finger....3 fingers.....a tree....MIMI NEEDS TO GO TO BED.
Baby Boy is definitely an artiste of the highest caliber. I bet Picasso started out painting pictures for his grandmother, too!
Being an art trader ... I can safely place a value on this painting at 1 billion dollars! ~ although, it my be priceless((smile))
The psychology of color says that when kids choose 'green' ...they are telling and showing that they are is a healthy and happy state of mind.Green = heart chakra >... he is feeling the love!
ms paint brings hours of fun.I've got dozens of those type pics saved on my computer.
I see a map with borders.... and yes it is lovely!
All that lovely green leading in many directions ... definitely a happy explorer.
It is lovely. He's a Jackson Pollock in the making! :)
Jackson Pollock has nothing on Baby Boy. I even appreciate this abstract. More so than most of what I've seen at the North Carolina Museum of Art!
I see a couple of hands reaching up into the air.Is this an inkblot test?
Linda - I'll bet he did! Thank you. I will tell him.
Eric - You are soooo right about that.
Teri - I am feeling it too.
Hammer - Maybe you and Baby Boy could go in business together. Instead of 'Toys 'R Us' it could be 'Abstract Is You'.../
Summer - Thank you, Summer. I think he did an excellent job.
Dawn - Maybe he's thinking globally....as in peace globes. Oh yeah. Well, who else is gonna carry on this tradition?
Jamie - That's a perfect description of my curious one. He draws treasure maps all the time and takes imaginary trips all over the world with his tiny little cars. He hasn't grasped the concept of stopping for gas yet though.
Akelamalu - I would say so (but I'm a little biased)
Tarheel - You don't say! You know this is going in a frame on the wall, don't ya?
Jean-luc - I laughed out loud when I read that comment. I miss your witticisms on Dating Profiles. I'll be back soon.
For what it's worth, I see a lotus bravely making its way up through a murky pond. Yes, I think it's a very hopeful, positive work of art.How ya doin', your highness?
I think it's an undersea picture. Maybe of kelp beds?I like it!
Gal - I'm amazed at the responses on Baby Boy's little expression. He really is creative, that child, and his mother is artistically gifted (although I didn't want to say). I'm just pleased that he is happy and hopeful and dare I say.....I think he's pretty insightful (even a bit serious) for a 5 yr. old.But that's just me. How am I? Oh Lord. I am soooo tired and need to go back to NO working as opposed to partly working. It's not working.I can't quit working while I'm at work. You know? Too much to do.It's impossible.Physical therapy is making me hurt more.OK. I'm thru whining now.(Thanks for asking.)
Wendy - It does look aquatic. And he loves rubber duckies! You fit right in here.Thanks for the invite too.
I agree with the first comment. It is abstract.
This could be sold for a lot of money at Christys auction house!
Baby Boy did a good job. Do you have it framed yet?
I have a bunch of those hanging in my office cube. It hit me the other day that my cube has had stuff added from the time she was 7 to 14!
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