Thursday 9 January 2014

Picasso Cubist Inspired Art {Virtual Fridge}

This Week
Welcome back to the Virtual Fridge where we take a picture of our children's art work and hang it on our 'fridge' and share.  I am looking forward to seeing your artistic inspiration this year. We will be back to school next week however I thought I would share one of our projects from last year with you to start of 2014 edition of the Virtual Fridge.

This particular project was one we did a while ago and was inspired by a tutorial over at Practical Pages called: Picasso Inspired Collages. One of the amazing things about this art project was that Nadene's daughters art was featured on a the cover of Sacred & Profane Arizona Choir & Symphonic Choir concert booklet.

It was really easy to do and the results speak for themselves.  Sir N and I did this one together.

 Featured This Week

I loved seeing this post by Greatly Blessed.  You can see a photo journal of this project along with descriptions of their families adventure of Art in History creating Tomb Walls.

Your Turn

I invite you to take some photo's of your children's artistic pursuits put them in a post and link up with me I would love to come over and see the wonderful art your children have enjoyed doing.

Virtual Fridge Link Up


The Virtual Fridge a weekly art meme where we can hang our children's art on a virtual fridge. This meme was started by Jennifer over at A Glimpse of our Life who kindly invited three other bloggers to co-host this weekly meme.

Your hosts are

Welcome to the weekly art meme.
Please grab a button take a picture of your children's art and add your link.


  1. Cool technique! I like how you completed the pictures with drawings and music notes.

  2. What a great project! Kennady did a Picasso inspired self-portrait several years ago using a similar technique and it was one of her favorite projects. Okay, now I'm headed over to pin the tutorial. ;-)


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