– Bobi! What are you doing?! Why are you holding your sword upside down?!
-No! It is right! Look at the picture on the wall!
-Bobi, that’s not a picture; that’s mom’s new painting! And these are not swords but bulrushes!
-Bulrushes?! What’s a bulrush?
-A bulrush is a “sword”, put in the ground and its handle is sticking out in the air! Let me show you how to handle a sword! And you must look very serious and bad while using it…like me!
I think the time has come to say goodbye to the sun, to the beach, to the breeze and to summer in general. We all know it happens every year but it’s still always a disappointment when it does.
It feels like not long ago when we were on the beach by the waves of the sea on our summer holiday without a care in the worldand now here we are – digging out our umbrellas again!
Summer was so much fun!
My two little kids, Krisi and Bobi, hate saying goodbye to summer and it is hard for them to welcome autumn. As the evenings get shorter we think of all the things we are going to miss about this summer – icecream, playgrounds, beaches, waves, sand, the sea…and the freedom that summer brings. So good bye, Summer! We miss you already!
Painting “Good bye, Summer!”;
Size: 55 x 33 x 2 cm;
Technique: oil on canvas;
Farm animals like cows, sheep and horses are cute, charming, colorful, funny and fluffy! They have a way of bringing out the best in us.
Introducing your children to farm animals at an early age will result in a greater understanding of responsibility and compassion. I hope that through my art I instill a love for nature in the kids. This way they could become keepers of its beauty and value for years and generations to come. Nature art for children generates a love of nature, a love of learning and creativity. Art develops the willingness to explore the unseen in real life. It awakens the senses for beauty; opens the hearts and minds and fuels the imagination. This is what childhood should be about: having fun outdoors, going on adventures, exploring nature!