This collaboration is an opportunity for me to work directly with your child or children in creating a very unique and cherished piece of art for your family home. This first image is of 2 sisters whom had not met me prior. When I asked, "they told me their mom had forced them to come for our session". Which I found so truthful and Adorable!
There were so many times during our sessions, I would see them in deep thought as this picture captures. Loved It! After getting to know one another a bit, we looked for items we could use to help us with our study and add increased interest. The girls used chalk to become familiar with the canvas and their creativity started flowing.
The painting process began with varying shades of gray that created our background coloration. This, unfortunately was covered with many layers of paint, but the girls were so happy and impressed with their work and it was a great foundation for our collaboration.
After the gray background, they began adding blue, aquas and greens to the piece. Once they had covered most of the white.... their work looked amazing! I wanted to stop... but they knew I had pink paint close by... and there was NO stopping them.
Remember I told you in the first caption they "were forced" by their mom to come see me. This photo was taken near the end of our second session and they wanted to come back again the next day. (I honestly wanted to continue working with them). But we were done...In this piece, they used pine needles for brushes, tree bark to create shapes, splatters from the paint brushes, they wrote their init
The finished piece is a 36 x 48 x 1.5" gallery wrapped canvas. Do you see the two hand prints? Can you see the finger prints. Their two little brothers joined us near the end of our final session.and One painted a long aqua stroke with a brush. The 'baby' left his little fingerprints along the side. I couldn't be happier with my experience, the time I was able to spend with these sisters an