Thursday, May 25, 2017

Lorelei's art


She made the snail....


She drew the deer, but did not get time to finish it..



The owl is cut out and glued...



She first drew these with a pencil, then colored them.


Her teacher thought this had too much blue;  I think it is  just perfect and beauty really is in the eye of the beholder.  It was their imagination work.


And this is from today...that is Lorelei that is already jumping on the trampoline!  I just simply love this one...you just feel the joy of living.

And I am so thankful I have her as my granddaughter.

linking to Thankful Thursdays


26 comments:

Tom said...

...Rose, you are a lucky lady!

Henny Penny said...

Lorelei is just a bundle of joy. It makes me happy to see her sweet pictures. Her artwork is really good. I think she has talent, and the picture with lots of blue is very pretty!

Mildred said...

She is so precious and really, really talented! I just love all of these pieces. The snail is so cute. I love her drawings too. I hope she will continue to pursue art since she has natural talent.
You all have loads of fun! xoxo

Denise inVA said...

I always enjoy your stories of Lorelei. She is such a happy girl and always makes me smile. Love her artwork.

Kay G. said...

Too much blue?!! WHAT is wrong with that teacher! It IS perfect!
She is really talented and I hope she follows her instincts in her art, putting as much as whatever color she wants to use!

Ruth Hiebert said...

Priceless works of art, simply because of the artist who designed them.

Mary said...

Such talent! I like the snail and the owl and that last one a lot, but they are all good. What fun she is for you to have around.

Michelle said...

I LOVE the snail! What a joy little girls can be. I also like the fun trampoline drawing.

Karen said...

Lorelei has real talent and imagination! They are all wonderful. If I had to pick a favorite it is the Imagination one with just the right amount of BLUE! Have fun on the trampoline this Memorial Day weekend!

Nancy Chan said...

Hi to you and Lorelei! Lorelei draws very well and she has got talents. You are indeed blessed to have Lorelei as your grand daughter and she is blessed to have you as her grandma.

Ginny Hartzler said...

These are amazing and wonderful! She is very talented. The snail looks made by an adult, the owl and leaves are gorgeous and colorful (reminds me of the famous artist Laurel Birch!). And the trampoline! Look at how she has the body angled just like it would be while jumping. I think her art shows so much joy and color; she is a happy girl! I hope she makes things for you!

Sandra said...

she is truly gifted with art ability. love that snail, beautiful and I am with you the last one is my favorite and it screams JOY looking at it... you are blessed with an artist in your family

Linda Gross said...

I hope Lorelei continues her art; she is good. By the way, her smiling face in your post, greeted me this morning...made me smile :)

Betsy Adams said...

What a talented young lady.... She is expressing her creativity... LOVE it....

My youngest always loved to draw... He still uses that talent --but is now doing it on the computer (designing logos, business cards, flyers, invitations, etc.)....

Hope she keeps it up!!!

Hugs,
Betsy

newenglandgardenandthread said...

You are a lucky woman to have such a beautiful, talented granddaughter. Please send congrats to her on her art skills. :-)

happyone said...

Thanks for sharing the art work of your granddaughter, the artist. : )
I like the picture with 'too much' blue and think it fine.

Jeevan said...

She’s very creative and I could feel her innocence and joyfulness through her art works. Keep supporting and be an encouraging grandma, always :)

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

It almost makes me angry that an art teacher would tell a budding artist that her work is wrong...geez. I love that trampoline picture too! How fun. This is a great post. You are both lucky to have each other. What does Roger think of the art? Bet he loves it too.
xx, Carol

HWIT BLOGG said...

So creative and joyful! Lovely post and she is so cute :)
Have a happy week, take care...
Titti

Cat Lover said...

Lorelei's art is beautiful! What a terrible thing for a teacher to say. I am so glad you encourage her in everything.
Have a good day Rose!
Robin

Beth Edwards, VA said...

i am thankful you share with your friends, we are so happy and please you do. i love to see kids art ... they are so creative. i think back over my life and the times i was more creative ... i think life changes us ... i wish we could all hold on to so many parts of our childhood and hold it forever ... to keep doing those items even when we got to this older age. you know!! so pretty. give her lots of hugs all the way from VA. please tell her Beth says she's too too precious! ( ;

Small City Scenes said...

My o my she is one talented girl.

Hug her tight--rejoice in her---they learn everything from Gramma's ya know!!!
The painting with too much blue just isn't so. I wonder why the teacher said that.
She is doing just fine. I am thankful for her too because you get to tell us about her. Works all the way around.
MB

Tanna said...

Oh, how rich are the blessings of a grandmother!! I can see how this precious one would light up a room and every heart that she loves! She is quite the little artist. Beautiful! blessings ~ tanna

Karen said...

Just thinking of you this morning and lifting you up in prayer. I pray you have a beautiful day.

Ida said...

She is quite the little artist.

Bonny Bonafilla said...

Gosh those are really good. I think Lorelei has real talent. I'll bet nobody told Picasso he had "too much blue" on his canvas when he went through his blue period! Blue is such a "mood" colour, and the picture still feels upbeat and happy. Well done, Lorelei!

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