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What Do You See?

My daughter is learning one point perspective with Jill, her art teacher. What do you see in my daughter’s painting? (click to enlarge)

Here are Jill and my daughter in Jill’s studio. What do you see in Jill’s paintings?

Elias Friedman says

There's definitely a dirt road with maybe flowers on the edges. I figure that's a rainbow on the left and a large bird flying towards us near the top. I also thought it might be a sunset rather than a bird, but the sun is always to your back when viewing a rainbow- but I suppose it could also be a circumferential arc or simply artistic license. :-)

phyllis says

i see a beautiful country road....definitely following in her mom's shoes! wow...

ramblingwoods says

A road with a beautiful sunset? I now remember that I too took art lessons and I remember the ones on perspective best...I haven't thought of that in a long time..

Ilana-Davita says

I see a road and a sunset (unless it is a sunrise); maybe your daughter is influenced by your SWF photos! I love the grass and flowers on both sides of the road. A very cheerful painting in any case.

Leora says

Ilana-Davita, she's often in the car with me when we see a sunset, so she has learned my enthusiasm! She now points out the pretty skies to the rest of us.

JewWishes says

I see a road, fields with flowers on either side, a sunset, and fantastic perspective that leads our eyes towards the end of the road. Bravo to her! Bravo to you!

The Jewish Side says

That is such a pretty picture, I love the colors, their all child friendly.

I see a road with grass and flowers on the side, I see an airplane in the sky, with a rainbow. I see the sun, with a pretty red sunset.

AscenderRisesAbove says

what a cool photo. I have kept all my daughters art; well - all the art not done in a coloring book.


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