Thursday, October 9, 2008

PhotoStory Friday-ArtWork By A Princess

PhotoStory Friday
Hosted by Cecily and MamaGeek

>Art is a trait that our children have inherited from their father. Daddy is their art role model and inspiration.


Daddy is there to lend a crayon, a marker or a pencil. He is there to help open their minds; to guide them into a state of creativity.


Mommy is there to interpret the picture story about an elf, a pig on the farm and a spiderman flying around with a bat symbol on his chest.

Izzy finds inspiration anywhere and she comes up with the best stories and pictures. Her and Daddy sit and draw for hours on end coming up with the craziest characters ever. I'll be sure and let you know when Izabel has her first exhibit. Maybe you'd like a one of a kind piece of your own.

30 comments:

beth said...

What an imagination!

And how wonderful that now you have it all documented.

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

love the pictures - with the imagination!

Chris said...

The Louvre is on line one.
This was a very cool story!

lonestar818 said...

She's very creative, those are great!

earthlingorgeous said...

Awwww! Precious artworks! Great story and imagination too!

Robyn said...

very creative. You have some artists there.

photomommy said...

You've got a budding artist on your hands!

Alexandria said...

Cute pictures! They did such a wnoderful job!

Rachel said...

Awww -- those drawings are adorable!!!

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Mandy said...

That's great! Love the drawings. My favorite drawings kids make are the family or self-portrait. It is so much fun seeing what they see on paper!

NannyJ said...

She sure is a chip off the old block. I'd love a one of a kind piece of art! xoxo

Kris said...

Those are great!

It's funny to run across your blog. I have an Izzie (daughter) and Emmy (niece) too!

Jaime said...

Way cute! After I read what the pictures were supposed to be, and then looked at them again, they are pretty good!:)

Steph said...

Kids artwork is my most absolute favorite!!! Beautiful!

Kmommy said...

How adorable is that!?! I just love kiddie artwork :)

Cecily R said...

Now that is some fabulous imagination!

I LOVE LOVE artwork from the littles...such a capture of childhood.

Lindsay said...

Oh that's too adorable. I can't wait for mine to start drawing pics of people - I'm sure I'll be laughing at her stories, too. Cute!

Missy said...

What fantastic artwork! Don't you just love seeing their creativity? My daughter has made some of the coolest drawings, and she loves to do it! Thanks for sharing, have a great weekend!

Michelle said...

Ah, I love little kid art. We called those drawings, potato people. :)

Good N Crazy said...

I totally would like my own...but I'd have to work really hard to find room on my own dang fridge with other artwork! Ha!

My 4yrold is in a new preschool and they PAINT! everyday! He comes home with the greatest art!

Enjoy it, they are great at this age!

Bren said...

What great imaginations they have! Cute pictures!

Kelli @ Gohn Crazy said...

I love childrens' artwork before they are all "color inside the lines". It's beautiful.

Weeksie50 said...

Wow, what a budding little artist you have..

MommyWizdom said...

I love the use of colors... very creative!

Have a great weekend.

Kellan said...

Oh, I just loved all of this beautiful art! Wonderful!

Have a good weekend - Kellan

lisaschaos said...

This is touching!! I love how the whole family is involved and I can't wait until Emmy adds her own creations! :)

SO HAPPY YOU'RE BACK!! :)

AVT Coach said...

I am always fascinated how there are so many like minds in the blog world. You are in good company posting about children's art work. I love these pictures and so worth framing!

My Three Sons said...

I'm very impressed with her skills. You can see the story through her drawings. Carson can barely draw a circle so all I can say is she has something there. Maybe art is her calling.

KC

Susan said...

So cute! Love the pig.
It looks like she is well on her way to a gallery show.

imbeingheldhostage said...

They're wonderful! I love them on the pumkins (the next post) too. They are just so stinkin' cute.