Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Attempt to Impress

Since dealing with Cambria's passion for "coloring" (she hates crayons) since she could use a marker (which has only been about six months), I have wondered if she will turn out to be an introverted, heady, aloof artist. If this is the case, will she feel stereotypically misunderstood? Will she end up alone and missing a body part from some fit of passion?

I was concerned, until Cindy introduced me to Granteeny's blog. As a true Texan's wife should, I am now determined to convince the world, but mostly Grant, of Cambria's brilliance so that when she turns 19 he'll be back from a mission and she'll be on the top of his list.

Now, I know her pieces are not quite as developed and mature as Grant's are, but she barely turned two, so give her a little slack.

I hope you know I'm joking. Well, at least 90% joking.

(mixed media--notice the glitter dot)

(this is my personal favorite)

(there is a little "poke tree" in this one)

She has a Cy Twombly, too!


Joe said...

I will show Grant Cambria's portfolio when I get home from work tonight. I am sure he will give it due consideration. Maybe he can use his New York connections to propose a collaborative show in the near future.

The second from the bottom is my favorite.

Vigoren Family said...

Man, I wish Isaac had some artistic inclinations. Whenever we try to do art all he wants to draw are letters and lists. He then wants to count them. Good thing we live near Sandia National Labs!

Joe said...

More art please.

Kanyon said...

look the girls not going to become an artist and i dont care how old shee is ive seen better from a little one like her