Thursday, December 11, 2008

Merry Christmas, Kali

Quite some time ago our dear friend Pam took Kali out for her first photo shoot. Neither Kali nor myself knew what to expect. What we got were some wonderful photos that Pam took of Kali in a kimono and some in jeans, boots, and cowboy hat. You can see some of those pictures here on Pam's blog.

Couple that with another dear friend named Maryn, who has some awesome talents in art, and you get to see a beautiful painting that Maryn made for Kali's Christmas. I couldn't wait, so I went ahead and gave the painting to Kali tonight. She loved it! Maryn did a wonderful job. Here is Pam's photo and Maryn's rendition of it. The Japanese figures spell out the words to John 3:16. You can see some of Maryn's other work here.


Wife and Mom said...

Wow--what a nice surprise to click over to! Kali has always been one of my favorite subjects. Maryn is a very talented lady and I'm sure that Kali is so happy to have that piece from her.

Melissa Weisbard said...

What a great, one-of-a-kind gift to give! I'm sure she will always remember this gift fondly.

Jean said...

Beautiful work! What a treasure. Jean

Nana said...

Wow! how cool. What a nice gift. Both picturs are great. Of course Kali is a pretty easy subject to work with.

Becki said...

Great job! Your website is lovely and you're photographs are wonderful. Vibrant and interesting to look at. I'll be stopping in again!

Anonymous said...

Wow! That's beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Barbara said...

Dear Alice,
visit my blog on monday and you can read and see the tutorial about my paper star...
Thanks for visiting my blog..
Kisses Barbara

BECKY said...

What neat pics!! I like the zoo pics, too!! Thanks for stopping by my blog!
Blessings, Becky

Sioux said...

Lovely! And thanks for visiting my blog!

Kelli said...

What a wonderful gift...just beautiful!

Elizabeth G. said...

Thank you so much for stopping by and reading the Christmas story I posted. There are several others if you would like to scroll down to see them.

I think your daughter is beautiful! What great artwork and photography.

May I ask about how you homeschool your daughter? I am just now partial schooling my 13 yo (she takes math at the school). Are you using a boxed curriculum? What are your days like?

Thank you for listening to my nosy questions. I'm just interested in what others are doing.


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