I’ve been pondering the idea of an art show for my son’s art. Where to do it? What to call it? How to essentially sum it up. Last night while putting him to bed I said, “When I think of you, I think of a bear… a little brown bear. What animal do you think […]
This train was just a doodle in the margins in one of the margins of Judah’s school work. The original only had one train cars, so I cloned it so there were two. Always inspired by Harry Potter I decided to use and image of the Hogwart’s Express as inspiration and color palette.
Here is the second piece I colored for Judah. This one’s composition is so busy with birds, robots and bird bots! Once again I used a Kandinsky piece for inspiration and color palette.
This was the first piece I decided to ink for my 6 year old Judah. Because his intricate/busy compositions remind me so much of Wassily Kandinsky’s art, I decided to pull colors from his Moscow 1914-21 painting and us it as inspiration.
More often than not I hear this from my boy Judah in the evening. This time of night where he jumps around his room making crazy sound effects and I suspect he’s looking for sensory input. At this point I’m in bed and tired so my usual response is, “Read a book son.” On this […]
This is Judah’s submission for the “Boat the Blue” Art Show sponsored by the Antique & Classic Boat Show, taking place September 11-12 in downtown Port Huron.
There are two factions of birds battling it out in this scene. The green birds are neutral.