Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Child's Play -SOLD
click for purchase information I chose some of the objects just for their color and shape, but a few have sentimental value. The yellow storybook was mine as a child, a gift from my Aunt Diane. Our youngest son, now 29, carried Snoopy every day to preschool. The little watercolor is by my granddaughter, Emily. She did a lot of paintings one day and had them for sale (like Gramma.) I bought it for fifty cents and hung it on the fridge, of course. Childhood is so precious and too short. I plan to paint these objects again, so this one's for sale.
Posted by Karen Werner at 11:18 AM
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Karen, this is fun and colorful. Unlike photography, that often "lies" because it can flatten, distort and alter color, this is wonderfully colorful and gives emotional connection. The viewer enjoys it even if the "treasures" are not theirs. And this is coming from someone who really loves photography, as you know.ReplyDelete
Mary Jo Werner
wow! I'm impressed! Another keeper Karen!ReplyDelete
Wow, Karen this turned out so beautifully! Just perfect!ReplyDelete
A painting with such an emotional quality. It is beautifully painted and I loved the story behind it.ReplyDelete
Ma chère Karen bonjour,ReplyDelete
Ravie de vous retrouver, vous et vos merveilleuses oeuvres.
Aujourd'hui cette dernière peinture me permet en retournant en arrière dans votre blog de voir son évolution. Quel beau travail. bravo !
Gros bisous à vous.
I love this painting! Your note about your little grand daughter's painting made me get goose bumps. How precious!ReplyDelete
Just enchanting and thanks for showing your process. Love it!ReplyDelete