Is it for sale?
I dont know ;) I will ask him. I am so excited that he is seeming to have such a great time discovering paint and brush!
Hey- since when did his parents become unsuccessful? We Grandmas will dispute that. Come on give yourselves a pat on the back. Luvyall - A doting Mom & Grandma
very talented young man. hope he keeps it up.
How cool... Must be exciting to see him flourish. The whole skateboard thing reminds me of a friend of my mom's (who is now my friend) son who is an artist and paints on skateboards, and surfboards etc. His day job is for Quicksilver, but his passion, obviously... You might want to check him out: www.randynoborikawa.com He's a bit "out there" but I think it's all pretty cool. Especially knowing that I used to babysit him when he was like 6.
This is so great, Kim! I'm with Grandma PMC, you two should be high fiving each other :).
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree...or trees in this case! Fantastic, Matt!
This is such a great illustration. My son, who is 24 and a former skate board fanatic asked me what I was looking at. He thought it was fantastic...and so do I. So much talent in one place...whooohooo
When I first opened the page I scrolled waaaay down for some reason. I came back up and thought "Way cool! Another link to another great artist!"You must be jumping out of your skin. So awesome.
Kim - in case M. needs some guidance on pricing his work - his Dad sold a drawing when he was in 1st gr. to his Kindergarten teacher for 50 cents. In High School football coaches and their wives were offering $25. Inflation enters into the mix now. M. think gas money. Luvyall. GMPC
wow! waaaaaay cool!
Yes, absolutely ask him, please :)
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