A real Peony, a printed Peony and notice the one on the Korean flower vase.
Peony and Tulip art prints of pencil drawings by Paula Kuitenbrouwer
Beach treasures. Before you think Paula has painting pebbles, I didn’t. That awesome white stone with that intricate wine red pattern, that is dried seaweed. Nature is a great artist.
On a desk with 3 art prints by Paula Kuitenbrouwer.
And my darling daughter drew this cute dog. I framed it straight away. My daughter’s shop is at Etsy too, click here to say hello by giving her perhaps a whole lot of hearts?
My Etsy & my Art Shop.
My Lapwing Fine Art cards
About a year ago my daughter drew a Lapwing. I recently found it back in my photo-files and asked my daughter permission to upload her Lapwing on my blog.
My daughter’s Lapwing, 2010.
I am happy my daughter made this drawing a year before my drawing of two Lapwings. Her drawing is spontaneous and it captures what is essential about Lapwings: their proud and elegant statute. My daughter must have been about 9 years when she drew her Lapwing.
Picasso said it took him 30-40 years to be able to draw like a child again. He couldn’t be more right about the underlying assumption that children draw essential lines and features and that an adult mind often corrupts and blurs a pure and spontaneous perception of objects.
Paula Kuitenbrouwer at Etsy.