Eliza Grace was born on March 15, 2006, at 26 weeks, 4 days, weighing 1 pound 4 ounces and measuring just 11.5 inches long. She is the light of my soul and this is the story of our life in the big city.

Friday, June 8, 2012

Kindergarten Art


Eliza's school has a fabulous art teacher.  Eliza learns about different artists, their techniques, materials used and how to apply those techniques and materials.  This week there was an art show at Eliza's school and the children's work was just wonderful to see.  Below are a few samples of Eliza's work.

Pencil sketch of her sneaker:



Pastel and rubbing of a fish:


Water color of Bosley her cat:


Still life collage (fruit and bowl on a table):


Tree Mosaic:


Mixed media:


Cow with paper weaving:


Oil pastel sea shell and sea fan:


 Fabric self-portrait:



Papa in water color:



The portrait of my Dad, Eliza's Papa, is interesting since he passed away before Eliza turned three.  Anyone who knew my Dad would have to admit there is a striking resemblance to him :)  We have a photo at home of my Dad wearing a green shirt holding Eliza, so I am guessing this is why he has a green shirt in the painting.

Then again, Eliza seems to have an uncanny memory for things I would never have guessed she could have remembered ... but that my friends is the topic of a whole other post.

4 comments:

Laraf123 said...

These are beautiful--and that last one is especially touching. Eliza is a sensitive and talented artist. How wonderful that she has such a great art program to guide her in developing this talent.

I hope you have lots of wall space in your home!

Robin Elizabeth said...

Wow, Eliza has a gift for art. Her work is amazing.

BusyLizzyMom said...

Bosley is my favorite, it definitely needs to be framed. What a great art program.

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