Here are the latest three leaves in my Leaf Art project.
The most interesting - not surprising - thing I have learned doing these leaves is how the tastes of the kids differ. It is easy to see which of these paintings was for a boy and which were for girls.
The leaf on the right was for Adam, a Year 5 student who spent most of his math lessons drawing super cool guitars in his note book. His request for me to paint the coolest guitar ever was no surprise at all.
The only real choice was Gene Simmons Axe guitar, although the model playing it is not Gene. It is the girl they used in the Guitar Hero promotional ads.
Sh...Don't tell Adam.
The leaf below was painted for Lilly. She is the first Stage 1 student (Year 1) I have done a leaf for. Her request was for a dolphin swimming under the water. To make the painting more interesting, I decided to do a split picture showing both above and below the waterline.
Lilly loved the painting.
Sky is a Year 4 student who was desperate for a painting of a puppy. Her only stipulation was that it had a blue bow.
I'm sure her choice was made from her even more desperate desire for a real puppy.
On a very positive note. I have had a commission from a visitor to my blog for a leaf painting of a seascape with a lighthouse, for her mother's birthday.
If there is anyone else interested in a unique gift for someone. Just drop me a line.
I am only too happy to oblige.