Tuesday, July 22, 2008

It wasn't worthless

Many of you know that I graduated with the very useful degree of Sculpture. Some of you have asked - "do you still do any artwork?" I don't. I don't have a lot of time and sculpture can be an expensive hobby.

In June our eldest sons were painting with some cheap watercolors during our visit to my parents. While they were painting I took a piece of paper to see what I could do. Below is the product of 4 years of study in art. I left the masterpiece at my parents and my dad sent me a scanned copy. I think he was overwhelmed with pride for the greatness of his son.
Please don't flood my inbox with requests for portraits. I simply do not have the time.

6 comments:

david rudd said...

that's one of the better portraits of abraham lincoln i've seen. well done.

Vince said...

thanks a lot david. it's not abraham lincoln. that hurts.

it's obvious. that's the right reverend jesse jackson.

Dad Black said...

Hey! Those weren't cheap watercolors. We spared no expense.

M. said...

I thought it was a note left from a suicide bomber.

Vince said...

dad - sorry. they were "unique" watercolors.

m. - it is.

Stephanie Says... said...

Didn't the hospital your mom got you borned in offer PKU testing? You be lookin' jaundiced...