Baby's Breath 1

"I was asked to send a painting to an art show for a conference of moms with babies with Down syndrome. I said OK. But I don't like babies (too loud) and I don't like to talk about Down syndrome. But I love my mom and nice moms. So I bought flowers (baby's breath) at the grocery store and used them to paint, to make my designs. And I picked colors to match the baby's breath flowers in the vase. I put the baby's breath down on the canvas and used pencil to draw around them. Then rollers (my favorite), foam brushes, scrapers and green pencils/crayons. And wipes (wipes make soft edges)."

- Charlie French

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