Wordless Wednesday: Artist Interpretation

G’s interpretation of the book The White Giraffe.

Wordless Wednesday (11.6.13): Interpretation by  G

Wordless Wednesday (11.6.13): Interpretation by G

Biz’s interpretation of G’s interpretation.

Wordless Wednesday (11.6.13): Interpretation by Biz

Wordless Wednesday (11.6.13): Interpretation by Biz

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  1. Dude. Your kids can draw! Like better than me! Color me impressed! :)-Ashley
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  2. I have no clue what the book is, but your kids can really draw well!
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  3. It looks so cute! Beautiful drawing! :)

    Happy Wordless Wednesday! My entry is here .
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  4. I love the interpretation of the interpretation! So cute. Did you ask the little one to do that drawing or were they just trying to keep up? Either way, it is adorable.
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  5. So cute and adorable :)
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  6. Awwwww, thanks for the smile :)
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  7. LOVE these precious pics!!!! SO adorable… they need to be framed. XO
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  8. These are so increadibly cute!

  9. I’m unfamiliar with the book as well but Biz was on point with G, so I’ll assume G was on point too :)
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  10. i think they’re fantastic! Kid art is my favorite kind of art. :)
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  11. Pretty impressive! Scarlet occasionally does some great art, but mostly she brings home what I call “uninspired pieces.” I will never ever tell her that, though!
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  12. I’m totally impressed. Look at all of those details and little add in’s. This screams artistic genius if you ask me.
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    • I have to agree, Ashlee. I mean, they do have a creative mom and all. I’m not sure if you noticed, but those guys on the smiley faced green hill are painting the smiles on all the stars, clouds, suns and flowers. Biz’s little add on. Genius for sure.

  13. Huge fan of the Wordless Wednesdays. Tell Biz and “G” to keep up the good work…
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  14. What adorable pictures Jen. I love how the kids have mastered the school bus. I could use some lessons on that!!
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  15. Aww… brilliant idea to share your kids’ art work! And as the mother of a 9-year-old who really struggles with handwriting and drawing (the 9-year-old, that is; although so does the mother, come to think of it!) – they did a great job! Very sweet. :)
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  1. […] Biz is always drawing. Always. He covers our walls and his daycare’s cupboards with his art. We had to buy him two big bulletin boards for his room because one wasn’t enough to display his art. He also creates a lot of 3-D art. He often works with mixed media. Scotch tape is a staple for him. […]

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