One early morning, after she got done cooking breakfast (omelet and potato hash) for us, she had this urge to paint. She put some fruit in a bowl, set it on the table then she took the two small wooden chair and set it on the kitchen floor. She then put a bond paper on top of folded newspaper , put some paint in a disposable plate, and started painting.
After 30 minutes or so, this is what she came up with. I don't have an art inclination so I am so proud of my little girl for having that ability to draw. Both of kids love arts, they got that trait from their Dad, thanks God for that!
Now, I have a great idea what to get her for her birthday. She's turning 8 in few months and I think that a good paint set would make her very very happy. I have to buy a frame for this painting as well so I can hang it up in our kitchen. During their Spring break, she did some arts like cloud painting and stuff, will have to make a post about that sometimes.
Ms. Burrito's Favorite painter and Sculpture is Pablo Picasso. She reads his biography online and admire his works. She even make these little people from his playdoh. she calls this one, the cave man.
She calls these group, the Little People. She said that it's actually "Us" as a family.
So there goes my little girl's Picasso-Inspired creations.
your little girl is very talented and so pretty.:)ReplyDelete
Good job Rylie! I love your painting.ReplyDelete
Your Ms. Burrito is really a pretty artist. Good job on her art work!ReplyDelete
Wonderful ... a great artist!ReplyDelete
wow, precious painting and creations. I am sure mommy will have it frame. She is a talented young girl.And by the way, regarding the kids connection,I just realized that my past 2 entries were wrong, i entered links not related to kids. Anyway, this time ,i got it right. thanksReplyDelete
oh.. she really is an artist... at her age for sure she will improve a lotReplyDelete
Wow! a few more years to come and you'll have a teens already :D she's definitely an artist. I love her artworkReplyDelete
i think she got it all sis. beauty, brains, talent, and good values. she must be very proud cooking breakfast for the family. i won't be surprised if she'd end up a famous artist in the likes of Picasso when she grows up.ReplyDelete
She is quite good and can get even better with your encouragement.ReplyDelete
wow, may future si Ms Burrito sa painting sis. ang galing! btw, maraming cheap frames sa Ikea perfect for the kids' art works. :)ReplyDelete
So cute painter i love that so creative clays human shape. I love being a kids again :)ReplyDelete
Great job Ms. Burrito, you are one talented pretty girl :-) I love your paintings :-) Those dough Little People are so cute :-)ReplyDelete
Beautiful and talented little girl! Congratulations mare.ReplyDelete
Whah. envy naman ako kay Ms. Burrito. She that good sa painting. Ah, Arts in general is my Waterloo.ReplyDelete
Wow, Ms. Burrito is an artist! Not linking today because of a book giveaway post @ LadyD Books and I'm cooking for a b'day party in the park tomorrow. Hope to catch up next week. Have a wonderful weekend, Rose!ReplyDelete
indeed, she's your little artist, ang galing...keep supporting her, she will be good at it, I am sure! i enjoyed looking to her little people, very creative! really well done Rye. i miss joining your meme, xxReplyDelete
she paints too? your ms. burito is talented.ReplyDelete
good job, ms. burito! :)
your pretty princess will soon be a great artist.. good Job!ReplyDelete
You really have a pretty daughter, ate! Ang cute niya. And yes, she will become a successful artist someday.ReplyDelete
Aww... those are neat works of art! Good job, momma for nurturing these things in your children. :)ReplyDelete
Pretty and very talented, hope she continue to do her passionReplyDelete
oh,Rye! you are so creative and talented...:) Akesha don't even know who picasso is...lol!ReplyDelete
She's very talented!ReplyDelete
She's an artist in the making, Rose! You can see it in her output. Keep honing this gift and I believe she will go far. You're blessed to have a talented daughter like her but she's blessed twice as much to have a supportive Mom like you.ReplyDelete
Aww, such great work. The painting would really look good framed and hanged on the kitchen. You couldn't buy that painting anywhere, it's priceless. And those Little People, I love them! You're one lucky mom to have such great kids, but I think they're luckier, they have you to guide them and bring out their best potential. So it's alright to cry, sis. ;)ReplyDelete
will link up later. trying so much to catch up on so many things.
Great artwork! That smile is worth a million bucks!ReplyDelete