Saturday, October 8, 2011

Mosaic Therapy

My brother commissioned me to do a frame for his wife and wanted me to feature this picture of my nephew, so needless to say, this was a pretty fun project.

"Amma" is mommy in Malayalam, one of the languages spoken in southern India where my sister-in-law's family is from. I have a real appreciation for people who are multilingual and I think it's very cool that my nephew is exposed to more than one language. (While in Spain, I hung out with a 14 year old beyond her years who speaks four languages!)

And I wanted this frame to be from Kiran's point of view - playful and lively. I found this lizard on a shopping trip this week with Nina.

And the way the marbles cascade down the side of the frame is very child-like.


Doesn't get much cuter than this!!!

3 comments:

A Wild Thing said...

What a beautiful lil' cherub he is...and what a great piece of art for Amma to enjoy always!!!

Wait till you see the new head Brandon just brought me...OYE!!!

Tart

Vintage Green said...

The browns and reds in this frame are great......and of course the cutie in the photo.......
She will love this I am sure!!

The Cranky Queen said...

Amazing frame...as usual, your work is awesome! Thanx for sharing, Tiff