Tuesday, April 28, 2015

WW: Artwork {Linky}

Last week we went to the boy's school to look at their artwork. 

In Mica's class they did an image of someone that was a Civil Rights leader. 

I thought it was funny because one of his classmates did a portrait of Michael Jackson. Not exactly a leader in Civil Rights per say. 

Mica chose Thurgood Marshall. He was an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, serving from October 1967 until October 1991. Marshall was the Court's 96th justice and its first African-American justice.


I'm assuming he used this as his reference: 


The skin color was pretty off. If he used the reference above that explains that.


In Isaak's class they did an image of a profession they'd love to be in. 

Isaak chose a barber. He loves to "do" my hair. He sprays it with water, so much so that water runs down my neck. He brushes it, has me put it up, and brushes it some more, while it's up. It hurts, but is funny to.

When I first saw the image I was like, Oh no is that a bomb, or a knife? Nope it's the barber's comb. :)



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20 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

The skin color was off, but who cares? It's how he perceives it and he ROCKED it. He did a great job!!

stevebethere said...

He has a great imagination as well as good at drawing :-)

Have a sketchtastic week :-)

Patrick weseman said...

Great work. Very nice.

Deborah Coombs said...

They both did great work. I really love Mica's piece. The style is very professional artist looking.

Michele Reynolds said...

Awe, cute!

Joyce Lansky said...

He made an excellent choice!

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Ai Sakura said...

I think both of them did very good! They have your artistic genes for sure :)

Diana M. said...

Impressive work on both counts. And I'd have to agree with you; Michael Jackson was not quit a leader in Civil Rights. LOL

OrangeHeroMama said...

Love it! What a great job he did!!

AmberFaith said...

Awesome work! Something to cherish for many years to come.

Kristi Maloney said...

I love your sense of humor! Got a chuckle reading your post. Glad that wasn't a gun. My son used to brush my hair a lot, not so much anymore....I miss it. Great artwork by the boys!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I remember studying Marshall quite a bit when I took Poly Sci in college. His picture is excellent!

mail4rosey said...

I have that Thurgood Marshall book with the same portrait on it. :)

Both boys did a great job with their art!

Karren Haller said...

Great likeness of him!!

Maryann D. said...

They definitely have your artistic talent!
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Kristin Aquariann said...

Amusing art! Your boys are so talented.

~ Noelle said...

The boys are so lucky you guys are so involved in supporting them! Side note - you know you guys have both of them following in your footsteps with their artistic ability!

Theresa Mahoney said...

He did great on his portrait, even with the skin tone a little off.

Even though it hurts, I like it when Allison plays with my hair. Reminds me of always doing my sisters hair when we were younger.

Charlie said...

They both have been blessed with the gift/talent of art like you and your hubby.

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

That picture actually does resemble the guy. I'm surprised he got it so close.

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