I’m cheating a bit because this is an old picture. Every Christmas, IFC mall puts up a huge holiday-themed art display in the center of the mall. This past December, they put up a knitted displayed — trees made out of yarn balls, knitted trees, wooden squirrels wearing sweaters…Yarn bombing as art. It’s hard for me not to love that.
The preschoolers have been learning about colors with the art teacher. This is the outcome of their work last semester.
Boy and I brought his scooter and Fuji for a walk at a park this afternoon, soaking up some much needed 68 degrees of California sunshine. We ran across this family feeding the ducks and seagulls.
I like many kinds of art, including some kinds of pop art. Here is Nevan from today, in front of the awesome De Young Museum in Golden Gate Park. I thought I’d Andy Warhol it up for you guys.
Julian wanted a monster with “angry eyes” so naturally I knit him one. Being an overachiever I also made a baby monster for it…but I tried to make sure that at least baby monster was happy.
Julian is obsessed with these incredibly age-inappropriate finger lasers.
So we ended up lightpainting for the rest of the afternoon.
I’m in love with these crib shoes I just bought for her.
At San Pedro Public Market here in downtown San Jose, getting ready to have some amazing food and listen to some live jazz. He is so thrilled and has wide eyes for all the instruments.