Guyan's camp was five days long, and on the last day, family was invited to come to an "Art Show" to view his creations. We had to make sure that Owen also got his due (his mini-camp did not host an art show), so on Thursday night, we opened the Cool Gallery to invited guests--Grandma & Grandpa, Uncle Ryan, Aunt Lizzie, Cindy, Dave, Nathan and Lindsey. We served refreshments as well--root beer floats, of course. Thanks to all of you for coming--Owen definitely felt special, and enjoyed showing off his new-found talent.
Owen's art was impressive! He drew a parrot (he answered questions about it at the art show, see below, and it's now on display at Grandma's house), a monkey (his favorite), and a tiger (ummm...not his favorite, but I love it!).
Guyan did very nice work as well. He's pretty talented, and you can always find little details that he adds in as his own touch...there's wood nymphs hiding in the fairy drawing, for example...you might not be able to see them since they're really small. All of these drawings are treasures--when you come to visit, you can admire both boys' art class projects on our permanent "art show wall"--I'm sure they'll bask in the attention, and answer any questions you might have about their art and inspiration!