Steve and I took a very quick trip to Denver this past weekend for a funeral. On the last night we went for ice cream at Scrumptious in Arvada with my brother and sister-in-law, and I spotted the following cat portraits from across the room. I loved them, and wondered if, perhaps, I could find out the name of the artist… maybe I could buy one? Or maybe they could teach an online class?
And they were done by 2nd graders!
I don’t know the name of the school or the artists… I hope they won’t mind me posting these inspiring works!
And… if you have some time to listen to a long talk, I was a guest on The Artist APPEALS Podcast! Thank you, Erin (the host) for such a fun talk!
I hope you have a wonderful week! xoxo
Aren’t the Grumpy Cat’s just the cutest! We have to work so hard to get back to what once came so naturally to us. But, they must have a great teacher as well, that went to the trouble of getting their work in the public venue.
These are so fun! I did a Grumpy Cat art lesson with Mark Rothko color field backgrounds a while back. I loved the results! Here’s the link. https://marymaking.blogspot.com/2013/06/finished-grumpy-cats.html
Robin Westenhiser said:
I’d frame them all!!!
Barbara B Schwartz said:
Fabulous. Inspirational. Oh to be in second grade again with a wonderful art teacher.
Yes fun and spontanious
Wonderful art by the second grade class. They are all unique talented artist. If you hadn’t told us who created this beautiful group of cats, I wouldn’t have guessed’ I love them call, a cat fan.
Thank you Carla for such wonderful art. Loved those CATS!
Lucky second graders. Why didn’t I have a teacher like that!
I’m enjoying your sidewalk cracks with my grandson. (Cracks remind me of sidewalks where I grew up.)
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They are funny and lovely!