Monday, October 6, 2008

Magic Marker Monday: Watercolors


Last weekend, Little Bitty decided he wanted to paint. He found a set of watercolors in the art supplies and brought it to me (well, he shoved it into my hands with an expectant look). "You want to paint?" I asked. "Pay, eeeyes" he said. He's really coming along with his talking, he doesn't always have the word to start with but if you give him the word he can repeat it with a yes or no. And he's got his yes's and no's down now so that's a good thing :).

So I got him some paper and set up the paints with a little bowl of water for him. And of course, grabbed the camera to get some pictures of his masterpieces in progress.

You can see in this one he switched hands, he tends to start off with his right hand but he changes back and forth whenever one hand gets tired.

Here are his finished paintings:

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Anonymous said...

Beautiful job, Little Bitty!!

Anonymous said...

artwork for a gallery definately!

Bitsy on October 6, 2008 at 6:31 PM said...

Beautiful! I think now I want to pain!

Childlife on October 6, 2008 at 7:50 PM said...

I just love that he did a set! Those need to be framed -- quick!! :D

Great job Little Bitty!

~Michelle @ 5MFSN

GammaDebbie said...

Great artwork - it would look good on a wall! He's so careful not to mix his colors.

TheFiveDays on October 7, 2008 at 5:25 PM said...

Those are lovely! They really would look nice as a framed set on the wall! :) Woweee!

Jenny on October 7, 2008 at 6:10 PM said...

Wow, he did great! His pictures look like rainbows, AND he stayed on the paper. My kids would have been painting that pretty wooden table!

Anonymous said...

how awesome that he is doing so well with his speech. great "pay"-ing, little bitty!

Killlashandra on October 10, 2008 at 9:06 AM said...

Great job! Those top too remind of rainbows in motion. :)


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