Picky Picasso

“Art is not so much expressing oneself, as it is discovering oneself.” – Anawanitia

An afternoon of fingers stuck and smeared in paint and other things.

A true artist digs deep for inspiration,  plucks a small piece from  his soul and flicks it onto canvas.

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    • Now I’m so curious it’s going to KILL me! I will definitely save this for future blackmailing purposes. I have a few other shots I snuck when he decided to prance about the house in mom’s pointy toed ankle boots. If you have never seen a mini hooker in a polo shirt you are really missing something :)

    • Extra cute and EXTRA EXTRA BIG. We just bought him new winter clothes. By the time they arrived in the mail he needed at least a size bigger. Poor kid’s already the size of an average 5/ 6-year-old :)

  1. LMAO! Yet again, a breath of fresh air after a myriad of challenging student essays. (Although I don’t seem to be the only one breathing easy. hehehe) :) Maybe I would have finished my dissertation faster if I would have only followed Thomas’s method!

  2. Ahhaha, hilarious, I foresee years of successful bribery at the hands of these pictures! And you are hereby obligated to unveil this last gem at his wedding!!

    • He was digging for treasure for sure. I was snapping away, picture after picture to document his fingerpainting genius and then, just simply, it was booger hunting time :)

  3. Pretty sure that last picture proves he’s a genius artist in the making because artists aren’t shy about expressing themselves, even if the world doesn’t quite understand. ;) He’s a cute kid!

    • Awesome point! Really this post is a shameless attempt to make light of the fact that I let my kid pick his nose. I could teach him not to, teach him a little about personal hygeine and manners, but that would be stifling his artistic flame, right?

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