Evocative, and more interesting (I would say better) than many a painting I have seen that sold for millions just because of the name of the person who daubed it. My only feedback would be, best not to use lined paper (in my humble opinion) otherwise very fine. I know who to come to when I need to commission a book cover, if only, by the time it is needed, the youngster's youthful genius has not been grown out.
Interestingly your humble opinion was my first thought. But currently the artist's prefered screens are an old newsman's desk pads leftover from the past millennium.Your accolade will make him happily smile, of course. If your order comes before his youthful genius has grown out, he will certainly with enthusiasm and verve be at your service.His two years older sister (5) already daubes sun, houses, trees, flowers and molehills. Thus, let your words flow, dear Andrew.
This artist clearly already understands what it is to look at a great challenge with a steely eye and then quest to capture it and thereby conquer. More from this noble and brave observer please.
Watch the space, dear Don. Currently the master in his generosity almost every day is presenting me one of his works.
What a magnificent painting!I adore children's creations, they are so unconventional straight and to the point.This one has a very good feeling for colors as well.
Actually, more than the painting I admired his promptly answer to my question.But yes, the colours, if chosen in- or unintentional, surprised me, too.