In an attempt to balance my kids’ urges to practice corporate accounting, financial law and quantitative decision making for business, we make art together. For the second year in a row, we participated in the National Arts Program Exhibit at Johns Hopkins (December ’09).
Lily made this painting specifically for the event. She started off painting pictures of Coraline and arrived at the Solar System. It has shooting stars.
Cocoa entered her Oscilloscope, which usually hangs in my studio. I LOVE this painting.
My friend and colleague RJ entered a photo, too. It’s the one of himself, taken alone with an old, manual camera. We haven’t worked out how he did it.
To my astonishment, I took home a first place prize. Dr. Ed Miller, CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine and Dean of the School of Medicine handed me an envelope.
Here’s me and the drawer…
Finally, a better photograph of the Mystery of the Loaves and Fishes, an impossible-to-photograph-well piece. Click the one below for larger.
Thanks to Fred Dubs for the last three pics here.