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Briar's Art

Category: Just me, myself and I | Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 8:49 pm

Hi Everybody,
I'm writing about something totally unrelated to plants right now. My oldest daughter, Briar, just finished taking a Visual Art Workshop through out local rec dept. We live in Auburn, AL home of the Auburn Tigers, War Eagle. Needles to say we get very good teachers for the rec Dept.
The following pictures are ones my daughter completed over the last week.
She loves to draw and create so when I sined her up for this class I hoped she would learn about different types of art and broaden her horizons, needless to say what she produced blew my mind. I am so proud of her, and I wanted to share it with you. You have been such a support with my gardening I wanted to share a bit of my life outside the garden.
Aboriginal Art Inspired Painting

Weaving Art

Weaving Art

Primary Colors Paper Cityscape Collage


Landscape Inspired by Impressionist Painting

Riverscape

MIxed Media Letter stamp

Abstract tree

Primary Colors Torn Pater Collage


Thanks for viewing.
Jennifer


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gardengater wrote on Fri Jul 18, 2008 9:51 pm:


You have a talented little girl. I enjoyed looking at her art very much. Hope she follows through with her talent.
Gardengater




 

eileen wrote on Fri Jul 18, 2008 11:13 pm:


What a talented daughter you have. I especially like the landscape works she's done and the torn paper collages. I love to see children expressing themselves through art and Briar has a wonderful eye for colour.




 

Frank wrote on Sat Jul 19, 2008 1:03 pm:


A blooming talent there Jennifer, you can be proud.





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