What could be a more enjoyable way to spend an afternoon than FaceTiming with my beautiful granddaughter today creating a virtual collage, with her request for an erupting volcano, lava and a dinosaur 🦕 which I’m happy to report received the seal of approval. 😉 ❤️
Could there be a better way to start the weekend than creating art with my beautiful granddaughter on only our third visit this year. ❤️❤️❤️
So many great memories from a wonderful family week…
…especially cousin time…
…and ending today with the artist at work in the studio with her own original leaf creations from start to finish.
We miss them both already and hope we are together again soon.
Every minute nothing but pure joy and love from the early morning hug to the bedtime kisses and everything in between, including seaweed moustaches at the beach (photos prohibited I’m afraid).
What better way to spend Canada Day than painting in the studio with our Vancouver granddaughter. How lucky can anyone be to have two beautiful granddaughters who love to paint with their doting grandpa.❤️
Always the best part of any visit is painting with the artist in residence and today’s rainbow couldn’t have been a better subject to paint.
I have interpreted this week’s Photo Challenge: Awakening the best way I know how by sharing the joy of spending time in the studio last weekend with my beautiful, creative granddaughter who shows us all so perfectly how a box of paints, a few brushes, paper and a little water can awaken the artist in all of us.
For this week’s Photo Challenge from The Daily Post one of my happiest corners this past week was the corner of my work table in the studio where the real artist in the family, in less than an hour, gave me a lesson in impressionism, abstract expressionism and action painting.
Oh, what joy!
With thanks to my daughter for the photo of my beautiful granddaughter and me.