Tag: art

  • The Pigeon Stays at Home

    The Pigeon Stays at Home

    One of my son’s favorite author-illustrators, Mo Willems, is doing a daily video stream for everyone under quarantine called Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems. The first episode dropped today. This is apparently part of of his role as The Kennedy Center’s Education Artist-in-Residence. We very much enjoyed watching as a family and I think we’re […]

  • Rainbow Tauntaun

    Theo’s latest work. “The man looks cold.” I like the tauntaun’s beard.

  • Flat Data

    The highlight of BrickCon 2017.

  • Origami

    It’s been a while since I’ve done any paper folding; trying some designs from Crease + Fold by Sok Song. Construction paper is definitely not the best for clean lines, but Theo was sharing.

  • Chihuly

    Finally doing some of the touristy things in Seattle while our friend Rebekah visits. The glass gardens are beautiful!

  • Winter is Coming

       Ned Stark died of a bad head cold?

  • First Masterpiece

    Working exclusively in the app Paper by FiftyThree, Theo is entering his abstract period.

  • Wave Cloud

    A sculpture by George Sherwood on the Christian Science Plaza. Part of the Convergence exhibit.

  • Belated Egg Dyeing

    Easter celebrations in progress, a week late.

  • Connections at the MIT Museum

    Today I took my Little Brother Patrick to the MIT Museum near Central Square. I had seen a blurb on their website about an exhibit on social media, and I wanted to check it out (and, since it was billed as interactive, I thought he would enjoy it as well, even though he’s 11). The […]