This is so true.
Not only they are born with a pure and clear-hearted instinct on aesthetics and artistic expressions,
they are also natural born scientist.
They observe and learn from experiments and explorations.
Known facts, to them, are of least significance.


The Wanderers' Daughter said...

So focused - I love her face when she's painting. It relaxes utterly and becomes totally at peace. And the smock is wonderful!

Evelyne said...

I think children imit adult...and your are an artist and a beautiful model for your child...Iza is an artist too.

feian said...

I really need to make my girls to paint more, even though I need to clear up very much afterwards, however, must not be so lazy, Mom!
Thanks for inspiring, Iza!:)

Yoli said...

Pretty smock! And beautiful Iza. Do you think she will be a scientist or an artist? Or both?

Mandy said...

Hi Iza,

How is your life to be a primary student? Miss you.

Do you still collect stamps?

I have a board to display kid's work, I would like to invite you to be one of them.

Jeanne-ming said...

Iza! Your artwork is SO lovely. Very beautiful. I especially like the vase of flowers.

alliot said...

Hi Mandy,
Oh! thanks for leaving iza a note.
It has been quite some time we met.
She's much taller.
Iza is well adapted to her primary school life. She's having tests for the coming 2 days.
Yes, she still collects stamps. She wants to be awarded by stamps, not stickers :)
And, she's love to be one of them!
Thanks for your invitation.