When Brad was a little boy, we knew he had a gift (ha ha ha ).... just had to say that since I found this cute photo of him at 5 years old.: ) But seriously back to Brad's gift....he always loved to DRAW and he did a lot of it. Of course at a young age just like Amy, he was employed at the Woodard Home, helping out in preparation for all my Craft Shows and Craft Markets I did. He and Amy were quite a bit of help, and a that young age learned some valuable lessons on color and techniques...you see even though it was probably against Child Labor Laws...and their pay was so low ( food and clothing )... there still had to be Quality Control! Lauren and Lee came along 5 years later and so they didn't get tortured... opps, I mean trained quite as much :) but still they got the gene. Now the kids are adults and very talented Artistically, I love to think that I had some small hand in that! :)
I am teaching again, but this time it is with fabric and in a Quilt Shop...and I love it!
The good news is that Bradley who is now a Graphic Design Artist, is starting to teach also ( they say the Apple doesn't fall far from the tree ), so I am here to spread the news!
Next month Brad will be teaching an online digital illustration course. It is a beginner level course that teaches how to incorporate color, pattern and texture in your digital illustrations. Go to the link HERE:
And if you want to sign up and get 25% off the class ( and who wouldn't ), then all you have to do is put in the Promo Code Lynn and you will get the discount. I wish I was knew enough about it, to take it myself...he is sure a talented kid and great with people. So I really think you will enjoy it. Feel free to tell your friends about it too.
I still can't believe my Bradley is now all grown up and has his own little boy, wow...how time flies!
Good night dear friends!
Below is Brad on the right at 9 months old and his son Kai on the left at 10 months old...too cute!
― Ralph Waldo Emerson
“The person born with a talent they are meant to use will find their greatest happiness in using it. ”
― Johann Wolfgang von Goethe