This week I am on an art theme. Last weekend, I grabbed my camera, my trusty Canon, and took pictures all over the house of art on my walls. Lots of it is work my children made. The piece on the left is a cardboard sculpture that Sophie made in kindergarten. She's now 23, so the piece is pretty old. I still love it. The sculpture is right by the foot of my stairs, and I look at it each day when I go up and down. It is three dimensional. Sophie took cardboard and folded it so it comes out in space. I love the way she painted all the polka dots, especially that there is one piece that is painted black. I am always amazed how children are so free with their art. If I were to get a bunch of pieces of cardboard and was told to make a sculpture, I'm sure I would overthink the project. Sophie just slapped this all together with glue, threw the paint on it, and...voila! It's art!