MoMA Art

14 Jul

Okay, so maybe when you hear MoMA, you think of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. And that’s a fabulous place to visit, and it’s what I also think of when I hear MoMA.

That’s not what you’re about to see here. 😛

This is actually my version of MoMA Art (Mom-Approved Art). heehee. Tell me, has there ever been a mom who didn’t think her kids’ artwork was the GREATEST? I’m no exception. 😀

Here’s what my son J gave me the other night, drawn while he was in front of the TV set watching Angry Beavers (according to Wikipedia, it’s an Emmy-nominated TV show… all I know is that it comes out on Nickelodeon and I’ve heard some great songs–cartoon-wise–from this cartoon show!)

J's Angry Beavers

J's Angry Beavers

And here’s what they REALLY look like on TV:

The Real Angry Beavers

The Real Angry Beavers

I don’t know about you, but I thought my son’s recreation of these characters as pretty dang cute! Feel free to disagree with me… but in my Mom Book, this is a real winner for me! hahaha!

Catch you later today! 🙂

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5 Responses to “MoMA Art”

  1. Anke Monday, 11 August 2008 at 4:38 am #

    the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree! He did a wonderful job for sure. Really cute! I love my kids artwork, I did a spread on a few of them called my treasures, because that’s what they are!

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  2. Heather Monday, 4 August 2008 at 5:44 am #

    Not surprising that his work is so remarkably good, considering who is mom is. 🙂

    ((hugs))

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  3. Deb P. Wednesday, 16 July 2008 at 1:09 am #

    Amazingly remarkable resemblance!!! In small words … they look the same as the originals. LOL I hear you on the proud Mom thing … it just tugs on those heart strings. J is amazing!!!!! So are you my friend!!!! Love ya!

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  4. Vera Monday, 14 July 2008 at 8:55 pm #

    He did a great recreation! you should send it to Nickelodeon so he’d see it on TV 🙂

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  5. latz Monday, 14 July 2008 at 8:14 pm #

    I am with you GF. I so love to see my children’s creations. It gives me a bit of insight into their amazing developing minds! I typically save a whole stack of their work for a year and then I start scanning or photographing the best 30 to 40 of them, save about 6-10 originals and then clean out and start over again. I make scrapbook pages with the scanned art work. Your J certainly has got some of your creative talent. This is fun to see!

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