Tuesday, 2 August 2011

Pabloesque

The eldest (by 10 minutes) of our two year old twin granddaughters came up with this yesterday. Suddenly I thought, good grief, surely not...it can't be...can it?

Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up - Pablo Picasso

10 comments:

  1. Yes, it is, definitely. If I were you I should keep that one in a safe place as it might one day be worth thousands... if she overcomes 'the problem' as quoted anyway!

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  2. That must have made you do a double-take. Well, look who her grandfather is for heaven's sake! (Oopsy, a poem slipped in there, by mistake.)

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  3. Impressive! I would frame this one!!

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  4. Haha - talent obviously runs in the genes :)

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  5. Pabloesque,yes. Or even Miroculous.

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  6. Oh Yes! A Great Degree Of Gravity & Movement.A Lot Of Talent Beginning To Grow.

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  7. That girl shows immense talent, such dexterity at such an early age, astonishing! You framed it, did you? ;-)

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  8. jennyfreckles - The problem is, they grow so quickly.

    Kat - Thanks, and the inadvertent poem was a pleasant bonus.

    Laurie - Our place will soon be overflowing with masterpieces. I can't bear to part with any of them.

    gabrielle - Thank you, although I think I might learn more from the children than they will inherit from me.

    Christopher - Miroculous indeed!

    tony - Should I be worried, though?

    Merisi - Yes, I think a framing is definitely called for.

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  9. Yes, once they grow up, they start looking around and seeing what others are doing. It is a wonderful drawing with a couple of images embedded in it.

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  10. Definitely frame-worthy! And would you believe that my word verification was artista?

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