Tuesday, September 26, 2006

The Wall "Art" Of Lil' Tzaddik

7 Comments:

At September 26, 2006 at 7:31:00 PM EDT, Anonymous Neshama said...

ASJ,

I see choice of color, balance between them.
Definitely very expressive, even a bit aggressive, maybe some of that repressive/reflective emotion in there (that masculine touch).

How did he manage to divert your attention away long enough to create this masterpiece? Hope the wall is washable. May I suggest one of those giant white-paper pads used on the easels of board meetings. And I would encourage his drawing, using this pad = guided free expression. Why not?

 
At September 26, 2006 at 7:37:00 PM EDT, Blogger Mottel said...

This is what happens when there's no orangutan on the job . . .
J/k

 
At September 26, 2006 at 8:07:00 PM EDT, Blogger Shoshana said...

Awww, you must be so proud of your budding artist ;)

 
At September 26, 2006 at 8:39:00 PM EDT, Blogger Liorah-Lleucu said...

:)

 
At September 27, 2006 at 5:49:00 AM EDT, Blogger yitz said...

I agree with Nechama about the whiteboard. In my Gemara shiur, the maggid shiur often likes to help us thru the sugya with visual aids, so we use a "whiteboard" with colored marking pens. And it has an eraser, of course [like the delete button, probably the most important part!]. Happy washing! :))

 
At September 27, 2006 at 6:56:00 AM EDT, Blogger A Simple Jew said...

Neshama: He did this down in the play room in the basement when my wife was upstairs taking care of something.

Mottel: Yes, but that would cost me $18, wouldn't it?

Shoshana: Thanks!

Liora: :) right back to you!

Yitz: It is interesting that you mentioned a Gemara shiur in connection with this since in my mind the logic in the Gemara gets messed up and looks like my son's "artwork" ;)

 
At September 28, 2006 at 11:53:00 PM EDT, Blogger MC Aryeh said...

I don't think "art" should be in quotes here. It is a good piece of work. I can see worlds being created by your lil' tzaddik...

 

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