This past weekend We attended my daughters high school art show. Her entire AP Art class was involved and there was some pretty great stuff. Of course I was most interested in her pieces since I hadnt seen some of them yet.
Her concentration for this class is churches. She and her father went on a little excursion to photograph area churches and cathedrals and then she made some of the architectural details the subject of these drawings done in colored pencil.
I took some of these at a weird angle, but you get the idea. This is one of my favorites, a watercolor of sunflowers. I just love the brilliant colors she used.Last week, sweet Amy of Bunny Rose Cottage gave me this:
Thank you Amy! I am going to give this to each of you who stop by my blog and who take the time to leave me little notes and emails. Each of you who support me through my etsy shop, all of you who are such a source of inspiration and great ideas. In short, All of you! Thanks for brightening each day for me:>)
I see talent runs in the family! I love the sunflower painting too. Great colors...my colors :-)ReplyDelete
I am impressed with their work! The sunflowers are sure happy!ReplyDelete
Kathy, thank you for your kind words about my Doogs. He is sleeping right now. You are a sweetie!
What fabulous work. You have one very talented daughter.ReplyDelete
Congrats on your award.
She is so talented, love her use of colour:) RachaelReplyDelete
Your daughter is a real talent and has an incredible eye for scale and color content! She is a chip off the "young" block! Love the primrose plants and all their colors. They do cheer you up don't they! Hugs, Jan
Kathy, your daughter should be very pleased with her work! I am impressed! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Also, I love your touch of spring!
Hi, just a note to say they are beutiful pieces of art and I agree, talent must run in your family, I have been to visit your etsy shop and am in love with your birdies. Do you post to Australia? Or maybe that is a dangerous question for me...lol.... have a simply wonderful day, KN Linda Lilly Cottage.ReplyDelete
Nice work. I know you are proud of her and her work.ReplyDelete
Very impressive work. She has real talent.ReplyDelete
Oh, I love those sunflowers, too! Isn't it so much fun to see your child developing their talent? Mom and dad should be VERY proud!ReplyDelete
Beautiful work. Your daughter is so talented. I hope she will continue to pursue her talent. ~Adrienne~ReplyDelete
OOOOO, Kathy, I am so impressed with your talented, young daughter. Just amazing...I hope she opens her own shop here soon. I am probably gonna have to have one of her paintings! And, of course, we all know where her talent comes from....straight from her momma!ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing, bj
Wow your daughter has great talent. Love the church and think it is awsome how she and her dad spent that time together. I know you both are proud!ReplyDelete
I also see such talent in the family.What an great feeling.
What lovely work! I'm sure you are a very proud mom....your daughter has great talent! LOVE the Sunflowers too!ReplyDelete
I'm celebrating my one year blog anniversary this week with a Cottage Give-Away - please stop by & visit!
Enjoy your day!
Kathy: didn't know that Vicky had her mom's gene when it comes to your gift for art! Tell Vicky Great Job! Being raised in Kansas I love the sunflower picture!ReplyDelete
Your so welcome Kathy!ReplyDelete
WOW!!! Your daughter is extremely talented!!! You must be so excited and proud!!
Wow! She's good! Hey why don't you make prints and sell them on your etsy???
good morning, sweet Kathy Grace...ReplyDelete
thanks for coming to see me this morning and leaving such a fabulous idea about my cabinets. Just wanted to tell you I am going scrapbook paper shopping today. I may get a tiny bit of several and give them a try. Probably will have to post them and get your opinions! :) Fun, fun...
Oh my gosh, you daughter does incredible work. I agree, though, my favorite is the flowers. I love flower prints. Thanks for visiting me here in Alaska and, yes, we do have signs of spring this week! The skunk cabbage is starting to peak through but we're still getting daily snow flurries. It'll take us another month or more to get in the full swing of spring.ReplyDelete
Oh Kathy! What a talent your daughter has! She gets it from her pretty Mamma!ReplyDelete
Oh those chocolate croissants sound yum scrum for sure! :)ReplyDelete
Those are awesome, your daughter is really talented. :) I especially love the first one. :) Hope spring is coming to your neighborhood. We are almost done, it will be hot, hot summer soon here. lol We get about three minutes of spring. :)ReplyDelete
What a talented young woman! Certainly she seems to be like her Mom. Does she have plans to study art in college? She should!
Thanks for sharing your award, your blog ALWAYS brings me a smile!
Kathy, Love the churches, great job, love young art talent!! LoriReplyDelete
Kathy, This is such pretty artwork! You have every right to beam with pride. Your daughter is quite talented.ReplyDelete