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Taking advice from a five year old

I showed my recent mono-print experiments to my 5 year old. “What do you think?” I asked waving the images in front of her face. She looked up from her My Little Pony coloring book and gazed critically at the work for a good minute, no expression on her face.
Then she cocked her head to the side, wrinkled up her nose and declared “It needs color”.

It is true that I have a thing for black and white. This is something that my daughter finds annoying to say the least.
“Mommy, I really think that it would look better with some color in it” she said thrusting her Crayola markers at me.

Well, I took her advice and attacked those prints with some color. I quite like the results.

What do you think?

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Artist, Educator, Parent, Small Business Owner, Big kid from a big city, in a small town.

(5) Comments

  1. Brilliant! love the fact you have your very own critique. mine is my husband! Well done you xx

    1. Cool! My husband is my technical support!

      1. Perfect! you have all the support you need! x

  2. I love the original print. It was the first of your posts I discovered. It works both ways, just more dynamic in mono, I think! Better not tell your daughter!

    1. Thanks for the feedback! 🙂 I won’t tell her.

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