It's always a dilemma for parents. Kids create art from the heart all year long in school, and although you've trashed some of it here and there, the end-of-the-year stack takes some consideration because there is guilt involved. Keep it or junk it?
The great thing about art is that we can express ourselves in endless ways. Feeling inspired by Grumpy Cat? Paint a detailed portrait of Tardar Sauce-- we won't judge. Or maybe 'Star Wars' gets you all jazzed. Heck, make a Lego scene to reflect those feelings! It's all fun in our…
Anything goes when it comes to art, particularly on the internet. Feel like constructing an ode to Grumpy Cat? Knock yourself out. What about a collection of Disney/Star Wars mashups? That, my friends, is also possible.
Thomas Kinkade the "Painter of Light" passed away unexpectedly last Friday at the age of 54. It's estimated that his paintings are in 1 out of 20 households in America, yet critics accused his work of being "mall art". Oh well, I guess we like mall art!