I did this painting of the twins yesterday from a photo. This captures a bit of their current intensity. D said the other day that when he walks in the kitchen and they are in their high chairs, they stare like they expect him to break into song and dance any second. It’s true.
They used to be content playing on the mat while I was next to them on the computer. Now they stare at me so that I feel self conscious, and I have to get down and nibble their earlobes while making Cookie Monster sounds, dance around the room with a scarf singing The Sound of Music. Then they laugh contentedly, as if they knew it was coming all along.
This morning they watched D stick out his tongue and make raspberries at them with an intensity as if he were teaching them phonics, not laughing until he laughed.
At the breakfast table, Bean grabbed the the magazine I was reading. She ripped out the center page, lustfully crinkling and uncrinkling, her whole body getting into the action like she was playing the accordion. This was seriously amazing stuff. I didn’t mind that now I’d never finish the article. The ripping was worth it.
8 thoughts on “Audience of Two”
This is so cute! I love their curious little faces in this, thank you for posting! 🙂
Thanks for your comment! 🙂
Wow, you are so talented! Your style is bright and cheerful and you really captured their expressions. The wide brush strokes makes it feel like you are looking right at a memory. Awesome.
Thank you!! I love bright colors… I have a goal to illustrate a children’s book.
Impressive! I’m also impressed you had time to do it 🙂
Thanks! I’m finding that in some ways, having no time makes me more productive. If there’s a minute, I can start something, and then make progress bit by bit.
I love this painting! Very colourful.
Thank you! I like bright colors. Thanks for commenting!