Earlier this week I wrote a post about a whiteboard on my refrigerator. I was surprised to realize that what used to be covered in childhood art created in elementary school or in spontaneous ways at home was no longer there. “The art studio (refrigerator)” is being used for its purpose now, and that’s about it. I remember just last year sorting through all of Rylee’s school paper piles; we pulled out the neatly stacked and tied piles representing each year…she kept the selections she loved the best, and the rest got recycled. Rylee is 19 and my eldest is 23.
I realized, however, that with the emerging of the refrigerator door and sides of the appliance (they’re nearly clean now) came the decorating of the walls in my home. Both my girls are artists. Rachel studies art in college and Rylee is studying to enter an artistic vocation. There are samples of their work all over my home. Here, let me take you on a tour:
As I was walking around the house taking photos, these are the works that caught my eye THIS time. That’s not always the case. Sometimes I focus on the fun ones. Rylee has a macaroni bowl that makes me smile each time I see it. I’ll save that for the next time I take you on a tour of my new refrigerator door.
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