Faces and Places

By alison March 31, 2014 No Comments 0 Min Read

I do believe that one of the pleasures of being a grown-up is that a grown-up can play at being a kid whenever it takes her fancy. So when this grown up discovered the Faces and Places project from the National Gallery of Art kid zone, many hours were lost to creating images inspired by those I have hanging on my very own bedroom wall: naive portraits, which were according to the NGA, the latter day equivalent of Facebook.
There is just to much fun to had in this world isn’t there? You are welcome.x

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