There are little Picasso artists in many families. Usually the drawings are taped to the refrigerator, but in the case of these innovative Canvas on Demand customers…they are hanging proudly on a prominent wall. What better way to encourage the artistic potential of those children. Congrats to these parents for thinking creatively!
Leslie asked us to make a canvas of this basset hound drawn by her 8-year-old nephew, Trenton, She thinks he captured the dog perfectly. What a great drawing, and what a great way to show Trenton that his Aunt Leslie is proud of him.
Meghan took the artwork of her children and turned it into a colorful collage. It made the perfect Father’s Day gift! And what dad wouldn’t be pleased with such an amazing present?
A customer named John took a 1st grader’s art project and turned it to a canvas wall-hanging. The child’s project was to recreate Andy Warhol’s “Self-Portrait” on construction paper. John, your 1st grader has a fantastic art teacher!
Vivian told us in her testimony: “This is my son’s afterschool watercolor creation he made in the 1st grade. I always loved this piece, so I decided to give myself a gift from him on Mother’s Day.” I think that sometimes the best thing a mom can do for her children is to take care of herself. And giving yourself such a delightful gift, Vivian, was a great way to honor your son…and YOU!
So this idea of putting childrens’ original art on canvas seems to be very popular. More parents and teachers should consider it. And John, I would love to write a story about your first grader’s art teacher if you would be kind enough to send me their contact information. Mom