Charcoal on newsprint
18 x 24 inches

I am sharing this only to tell you that I made this three minute demo surrounded by 6- to 8-year olds who kept exclaiming "Wow! You're so professional!" I had to laugh (as I signed my name with a flourish). Of all reasons to be considered professional... a charcoal sketch of toilet paper! Oh, well.

Here are my Saturday afternoon students this month. I think this is my first class of children in the studio. Darling little sponges, every one.

And while I'm at it, a glimpse from the loft of my studio in classroom form (waiting for the new morning adult group).

Modular furnishings miraculously transform space!


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RHCarpenter said...

A true artist can take an ordinary, blah thing and make it beautiful - they knew what they were talking about here :) Beautiful children - maybe a portrait of one or more in your future?

Suzanne McDermott said...

Thanks, Rhonda! I could feel the impulse to hyperventilate at the thought of another potential project (children's portraits). My plate is full! Maybe in another lifetime. At least that's how I feel this morning.

Anonymous said...

Aww. So cute~! LOL. How old are they? xD