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Dear Parker: I love this so much I ordered it as cards to send to our friends. Love, Mom
-- Mom
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
 
Dear PJ: I can feel the chaos in the air. Very dark and hostile . You did a wonderful job in portraying how terrible it would be to be in a tornado. We just have to worry about earthquakes! Keep up the good work. Love you more. Grandmom
-- Grandma Maggie
Monday, March 11, 2019
 
Dear Parker: I keep learning from your artwork. You’re way ahead of me. I had to research what Ndebele designs were and your design is absolutely consistent with what I researched. I would not want my neighborhood full of Ndebele houses so let’s keep this on the canvas..??. Keep up the great works Sweetie.
-- Grandma Maggie
Monday, March 11, 2019
 
Dear Parker: You did a good job in displaying the beauty of aboriginal art. I can see here that you encapsulated a chick and her eggs into a beautuful electrifying protective force. The colors radiate throughout the universe seeming to communicate with a Mother Force to keep her, and her eggs, safe through her journey towards repopulation of the Earth’s living creatures. Good work, Sweetie. I love you more.
-- Grandma Maggie
Monday, March 11, 2019
The bird is surrounded by a color shield protecting her eggs. Is this true? Merry Christmas Parker.
-- Dad
Monday, March 11, 2019
 
Wow, one of my favorites yet. This is the Palm Springs desert community all over again. The cactus in the background looks like it’s wearing a cowboy hat...maybe one of my many hats I wear out here????. I love this PJ and the colors are so reminiscent of a cool desert evening. You captured it so. Great work. Love you more...grandmum??
-- Maggie
Sunday, December 2, 2018
 
Dear Parker: I love this bird...if you can even call him a bird. He is so wise, so vigilant, such a symbol of strength and courage. And handsome. I think if you did not come onto this earth as a human, you would be this eagle. A true symbol of freedom, prosperity, and America. Keep up the great work Grandmom
-- Maggie
Sunday, December 2, 2018
 
I just read the history of IB Superhero’s. Captain Cooperation certainly is one because by serving up food he is encouraging the exchange of friendship, conversation, togetherness, and good will. His outfit Is sleek and his body trim thus suggesting the food he serves is good for all of mankind. You can serve me up any time, however, your headgear will have to be explained? I love the shoes. Love you more, Captain Grandma.
-- Maggie
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Hmmm, Captain Cooperation looks like he's not getting the appreciation he deserves for all of his hard work...
-- Mom
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
 
Dear Parker. I had to research “Calder Contour” to understand what it was about since I was not knowledgeable about it. I understand it’s the use of wire in a 3dimentional form. Perhaps we can get together so you can make me understand what you were trying to do. What are the colored objects? The wiring is tying these objects together and it’s very intriguing. It’s very very interesting. I’m sure your teacher was pleased with your interpretation. Keep up your great work. Love you more..grandma????
-- Maggie
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Parker - I love this piece of art. It looks like something from outer space. Love Dad
-- Dad
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
This drawing reminds me of the cells of our bodies. Its fun to see how each outline is different than the one before. Good work!
-- Mom
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
 
Dear PJ: the green and blues are beautiful. I want to jump right in. It’s so peaceful. The pond with its lily pads almost look like they could be ducks! The rambling white picket fence crossing over the large pond or lake. Very reminiscent of days past. Beautiful colors. Love you more. Grandma
-- Maggie
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
 
I see a funny face. Crazy hair, one blue eye, one orange eye, a big greenish nose, and a very wide smile with no teeth. Should I see a shrink..? ??
-- Maggie
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
 
Pj: this one stumps me. When we see each other next tell me what you were trying to express. It’s curly hair, sunglasses, a key for maybe a special place but looks like it may be representing a nose, and two earrings.....omg, I think that’s me!??????
-- Maggie
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
 
Hi PJ: so you found these objects and made a face....a mighty handsome one too. It took a lot of imagination to put these objects together to make any sense at all....and indeed you did. Great work sweetie. Grandma
-- Maggie
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
I love this one because it reminds me of an absent minded professor with a white mustache!
-- Mom
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
 
Wow, I'm assuming this is representative of a face and that is some crazy hair? If not, what do you see? For me, its a face and you've given a meaning to something that it didn't originally have! Great job!
-- Mom
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
 
Dear Parker: this is very interesting. Where did you find these objects? Some look like broken eyeglass parts. I can certainly see the face..the eyes are especially interesting. When we get together you’ll have to tell me what these parts are and what junk box you found them in. You completed the assignment for sure. Good job. As always..love, grandma
-- Grandma Maggie
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
 
Great job Parker. Very nice combination of colors.
-- Yuliya
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
OMG that is awesome Parker. I love it. it reminds me of snorkeling in Hawaii. His eye is staring right at me....
-- Dad
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
 
Dear PJ: This is the most beautiful snail I have ever seen. I would have a collection if I knew where to find them. But maybe that’s not a good idea....let them stay free on whatever beach they live. They need to find their snailmates so we can continue to enjoy their beauty... from afar. Love you more. Grandma
-- Grandma Maggie
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
 
Hi PJ: Since I was not familiar with Matisse, I went on-line to review his artwork. Yours is a very good representation. Very modern...I like the use of the sharp pink, bright orange, and deep blue. You must have a lot of fun in your class. Keep up the great work. Love you more.
-- Grandma Maggie
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
 
Hi PJ: I love this picture. The one bird is so busy eating away at his few crumbs while the other is totally mesmerized by the painter...that’s you! I love the contrasts in your colors. Our birds so brilliant against the white snowdrifts and trees but yet the sky a beautiful winter slate! It does look very cold. Beautiful wonderland. ??
-- Grandma Maggie
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
 
Dear Parker: this actually looks like a leather purse, without the straps, than an owl of clay. I love this owl. They really do look wise. Yours has somewhat of an inquisitive look to it...! Keep up the great work. Love you more??
-- Grandma Maggie
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
 
Dear Parker. I had to research this artist to understand the elongation of the neck, and face too. You did an excellent job of replicating the images that he wanted to represent to the world. You did a very good job in expressing this artist. Can you imagine having a neck like that? ??. Keep up the good work. I love you. ?????? grandma
-- Maggie
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
 
Hi PJ: this is the most beautiful piece of art. I ?? it. I showed it to Uncle TJ and he said your teacher had to do it!! Ha ha. You are showing so much talent. I’m so proud of your dedication to your art. It’s a wonderful talent to have. Keep up the great work. I love you more. ?? grandma ??
-- Grandma maggie
Saturday, January 13, 2018
Hi Pj: I showed this artwork to some friends and relatives. It's so beautiful they think your teacher did it! You are show g some hreat talent. I'm so proud. I love you more. Grandma
-- Maggie
Saturday, January 13, 2018
Very nice work Parker! You are quite the artist.
-- Lynn
Saturday, January 13, 2018
Parker - that is a most amazing and beautiful art work. Love Dad
-- Patrick
Saturday, January 13, 2018
Dear PJ. Grandma is astonished at your beautiful and latest artwork. I have shown this to several people and they can’t believe this was produced by a 2nd grader because it’s so superior. Some of my friends think your teacher did it! Wow, keep up the fantastic work. You really have potential. I love you more. Grandma.??????????
-- Maggie
Saturday, January 13, 2018
 
Parker - this super scary. I really love it.
-- Dad
Saturday, January 13, 2018
 
dear parker: we need to sit down and talk about this one. grandmom
-- maggie
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
 
DEAR PARKER: i love these jelly fish joyfully bouncing around in their underwater playpen. they don't look dangerous at all but believe they are. keep up the great work. love, grandmom
-- maggie
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
 
Dear Parker: what a beautiful bee and he's soooo busy collecting his nectar. He has a lot to collect because he's in a Garden of Eden. I love your choice of colors. I wouldn't want to get too close to that bee though....he has a long stinger and it looks like it could really hurt!! Keep up the great work, sweetie. I love you more. Grandma.
-- Maggie
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
 
Dear Parker. I love this. What a beautiful piece of art work. The bird is so colorful. I love that this bird layed 2 colorful eggs, wow, how unusual. One though is on the verge of falling out...what is she going to do about that??!! Is the yellow feather like flying our American flag? What a great idea. Yellow generates the thoughts of sunshine and joy. Keep up the great work, my boy! Grandmom??????????
-- Grandmom
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
 
Dear PJ: your cat must be a new breed because of his unusual coloring. The red ears match his red tail. He looks to be dressed up with a tie and a green striped jacket. But his big beautiful blue eyes are sooo sad and crying. His tears are green. I'm sure the red blocks underneath his eyes are part of his unusual coloring...he's very beautiful but sad. Did he just Lose a friend or maybe he lost out on a beauty contest. He came in second instead of first, maybe. That wouldn't make him so sad. You'll have to fill me in on his secret when we see each other next, ok sweetie. I love his whiskers and his little blonde spot between his ears. Keep up the good work. Luv u more, grandmom ????
-- Maggie
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
 
Hi Parker. Well, Buddy. You and I have already discussed this one remember. You explained to me what you were trying to express and that was good enough for me. Good work Sweetie. Grandma??
-- Maggie
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
 
I love this wise wise young owl. He's so wise you even depict him on the pages of a dictionary. How "wise" of you. He also must be the most beautiful owl in the forest. His colors are brilliant and, if I were another owl, I would certainly take notice. Good work PJ.
-- Grandmom??
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
 
Dear Parker: there is no name for the artwork to the right, therefore, I must use my imagination to its fullest to determine what it is you were trying to express. I SEE a bird in flight with a very large beak and very long and powerful talons. I think he/she is flying home after a day of fishing at sea. His home appears to be the archipelago below. Because there is no green, his home must be made up of giant boulders and rocks somewhere in a vast ocean. His talons are very large to maneuver the rocks and to carry his "catch of the day" home to his nest, which I'm sure is safely snuggled between some large boulders and out of "eyeshot" from predators whom also make the islands their home. Now, what's your story? ??
-- Grandmom??
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
 
This is favorite art you have made to date. The owl's eyes are very spooky and realistic. I feel he is staring right at me.
-- Dad
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
 
Very cool... Looks like a bird flying in the night sky. Has a scary feel.
-- Dad
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
 
Dear Parker: There is usually a name or explanation for your artwork. Since there is not for this one, I'll use my imagination as much as you did. I'm looking down from above into either a giant body of water or a crater formed from a past volcano or, perhaps, a vast hole left over from a meteor hit from generations past. The swirls of yellow, brown, etc., could be uprooted rocks and earth while the green could represent vegetation that is growing, and still growing, around it. One last thing is that you could be looking at the "eye" of a hurricane that you are about to enter in your super sonic jet. One can readily see the turbulance swirling around the eye!! So, honey, take your pick. Now, what do you see? Love you...
-- Grandmom
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
 
Dear Parker. I find your interpretation of this famous artwork interesting for sure. It appears you created an energizing force beneath the wave to try to control, or aleaviate, its destructive force before it hits land. Mt. Fuji, in the background, is spewing it's fiery gases into the atmosphere creating this massive upheaval of the ocean. Is this black force reminiscent of a Jedi Knight? ??I would love to hear your interpretation. Great job honey. Love you more, grandmom?
-- Maggie
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
 
Dear Parker. I'm lost for words! I think there are too many hands in the pie!!explain it to me when we get together, ok. Love you more??
-- Grandmum
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
 
Dear Parker. This is a very exciting city...so much going on. Spaceships flying overhead, multi layer cones of ice cream spiraling towards the sky, a ferris wheel built on top of a building. I particularly love the architectural design of the blue building reminiscent of the Tower of Pisa??? I believe the yellow circles could be glass colored elevators to transport people to the observation decks, which I'm sure this futuristic building has. I would like to live in this fun city of the future. Keep up the great work??
-- Grandmum
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Dear Parker. This is a very exciting city...so much going on. Spaceships flying overhead, multi layer cones of ice cream spiraling towards the sky, a ferris wheel built on top of a building. I particularly love the architectural design of the blue building reminiscent of the Tower of Pisa??? I believe the yellow circles could be glass colored elevators to transport people to the observation decks, which I'm sure this futuristic building has. I would like to live in this fun city of the future. Keep up the work??
-- Grandmum
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
 
Hi Parker. This is a very modern piece of art. I wish I understood it more. I would like for you to interpret it for me when we get together next. Very colorful. Love you more.
-- Grandmum
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
 
Dear PJ: I believe this artwork is called "Blue Dog" but you painted it green?? And with very large ears! Better to hear you with, my dear...ha ha!! He looks sad. Could it be because, it appears, he's in a cage? His puzzled look seems to say, "how long am I in here for?" Is the figurine his toy? And, to me, it looks like a slice of tomato above his head....ha ha!!!! Very interesting piece of work!!! You and I will have to sit down and talk about this one. I know I'm all wrong...that can't be a slice of tomato!!! Ha ha!!! Your very creative young man!! I bet you had fun with this one!!! Love you more, grandmum!!! :).
-- Maggie
Monday, June 27, 2016
 
Dear PJ: your winter tree is so white and fluffy just like most trees are in winter in most parts of the world. ? It even looks cold, brrrrrr! And your summer?? tree is so very full, green, and healthy looking!! Your spring tree in pink is getting ready to blossom into the full earthy green summer tree; and your fall ?? tree is doing what nature expects it to do...get ready to sleep through the winter and reinvigorate itself. It's beautiful and you've told your story well. What great work. Love you more, grandmum ?
-- Maggie
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
 
parker tell me you did this?? its beautiful. the colors are amazingly brilliant...they look as though you just picked them!! would you pick some for me? i love you more...grandmom :)
-- Maggie
Thursday, April 21, 2016
 
I love it so much! It is such a nice spring painting with all the colors, veggies and flies. Great job Parker!!!!
-- Yuliya
Monday, April 18, 2016
Hi there parker??. I love this..the details are incredible. I love your snail who is outside his shell but carrying his home on his stomach...easier than on his back because he has to hold on to it. I found interesting the tunnel you drew from the tree stump or ant hill. They have an escape hatch in case of attack. Good thinking! ?? Your vibrant color choices distinguish your veggies and are most delectable????????. Keep up the good work....love you more...grandma??
-- Maggie
Monday, April 18, 2016
dear parker. wow, this is wonderful. i studied it carefully. you nailed it. i love the addition of the bees, butterflys, and snails that are all a part of the lives of these plants. i love the true to life colors of your veggies. i want to pull them out of the ground, wash them off and eat them! :)love you more. grandma
-- maggie
Monday, April 18, 2016
dear parker. wow, this is wonderful. i studied it carefully. you nailed it. i love the addition of the bees, butterflys, and snails that are all a part of the lives of these plants. i love the true to life colors of your veggies. i want to pull them out of the ground, wash them off and eat them! :)love you more. grandma
-- maggie..grandma
Monday, April 18, 2016
 
I thought this fascinating. At first glance it appeared to be a giant tortoise from the Galapolis. But on second glance, it's a Dino...a very pretty one, too. Very geometric...I love it. Grandmom
-- Maggie
Monday, February 29, 2016
 
Hi PJ. I had to google the works of this artist because I was not familiar. You captured his choice of colors spot on. Vivid Browns and golds, with touches of blue and black. I can't wait to see your next production. Love you more...grandmom
-- Maggie
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
 
Dear PJ: wow, do I love this. Very modern artwork. It looks as if it could be a piece of play equipment with happy children bouncing on it. I love the sharp contrasts of the colors you used against the black background. Keep up the good work. I love you more. Grandma ??
-- Maggie
Monday, February 29, 2016
 
Dear PJ. Am I seeing correctly? Inside your heart there appears to be a green boat with a purple sea creature at the helm?? It looks like a seahorse or a Dino?
-- Maggie
Wednesday, February 24, 2016
 
Wow, that looks like it was fun. Did you use stamps or blocks or something else to make the shapes? Tell me more later.
-- Mom
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
 
Interesting choice of colors and arrangement. It would be interesting to see which heart of Dines was used as the inspiration. It looks like a dark landscape and the heart is the window to another place with color and movement.
-- Mom
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
 
Great job!!!!
-- Yuliya
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
 
Interesting photo of the pinch pot. I can't wait to compare it to the 3 dimensional piece. Thanks, AEACES for all of the interesting art!
-- Karen
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Hi Parker. What an interesting piece of artwork. I don't know what a pinch pot is so you'll have to explain it to me. It's very colorful. Love the blue/yellow combo. Love grandma.
-- Maggie
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
 
Wow PJ. I would not want to meet up with this creature; BUT, maybe he is friendly because of the colors you used. The green background suggests that he is from a planet ?? with lots of vegetation, like earth. The use of pink tells me that he is gentle, warm, and loving. While your use of black and brown tells me he is a warrior and will defend his homeland. I believe the dot above the black eye tells me it may be his sensor to detect sounds and even odors since he has no ears or mouth. He probably survives by osmosis. I believe you have painted the perfect creature to survive whatever circumstances on whatever planet he chooses to make home. The perfect man!! ?? Grandma ??
-- Maggie
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Dear Parker: I really like the relationship between the colors and proportions of the portrait and the boldness of your choices. Very cool. Love you.
-- Mom
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
 
Parker--This is truly wonderful art. I love your use of the different colors, shapes and form. Keep up the good work. Love Poppos(Grandpa)
-- Paul
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Dear Parker. This is so interesting. All these dots in different shapes and sizes. I like how they swirl around each other and form groups of dots. The long strings of elongated dots are particularly interesting. They look molecular to me! Wow. You have talent to be nourished!! I can't wait for your next masterpiece. Love you more. Grandma. :).
-- Maggie
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Parker - this is amazing. Keep up the good work. Love Dad.
-- Dad
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
I was so happy to see your artwork-Parker!!! I love it!!!looks great with all the colours!!! Parker keep going this way!!!!
-- Yuliya
Wednesday, October 7, 2015