Wednesday, May 12, 2010

{Preschool Art Gallery}

Addy has been working on an art unit at Preschool during the entire month of April.  She just had her big opening art gallery debut!  She had 7 or 8 pieces on display, and we all dressed up fancy for the event.


Here is her work:


Okay, that was Van Gogh.  But here is her interpretation:

And this:

And her interpretation:

Not too many pictures because Rylan was acting like a wild animal.
Congrats to our little artist!

3 comments:

Mike & Bekah +4 1:42 PM  

Beautiful! Where does she go to pre-school? I want in on that kind of learning...

manders 10:44 PM  

She is such a cute little Artist. Aren't you on your cruise right now...

Camille and Bryce 7:55 AM  

I am commenting on your blog...so there! :) Love those interpretations. Hope you're getting settled back into the routine. I am being lazy but do have the biggest suitcase unpacked! :)

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