Little maestro. That is so cute! :)
This little boy is absolutely delightful. Thank you so much for posting it.I love the colours of your pumpkin sketch.
Now I'm exhausted... But smiling like an idiot. Thanks for that.-Don
I should paint like he conducts! Or - burn as many calories :-) What really amazes me is how well he knows all the elements of this complex piece. In his conducting you can see how he anticipates the next interval. Amazing and fun! Thanks for sharing this.P.S. my word verification for this comment is "unklect" - I love it! I'll have to make up a definition and use it :-)
That was SOOOO FUNNY! I have tears in my eyes from laughing so hard! Thanks for sharing this one. I'll have to share this one on my FB!
This little kid must eat like a stevedore!
Ok, I going to paint in my pajamas once, just to feel like Johnathan!You could tell he was into it! Thanks for posting this!Emily, the piano prodigy is pretty good too!
Hopefully, Jonathan will never lose that enthusiasm. Great sketches. Two models & pumpkins?
Ah, I remember when my little ones were that age. And when I was young I dreamed of being a conductor and composer. I'll bet that little one has big dreams. Still reading Henri's "The Art Spirit", and he talked about painting children, and wrote "The child lives in his world. It is nothing to you, but it is just as big as yours." Love that. Great squashes too - love the green one.
What a sweetheart! And the giggles at the end made me laugh out loud. Thanks for sharing!
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