Piano Therapy September 19, 2011 While the youngest has her piano lesson at Mrs. Randi’s, I get to sit out in her outdoor room and draw, or knit, or just sit. Another mom of a piano student called it “Piano Therapy” for the moms. I totally agree! Share this:Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
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You certainly are taking advantage of “down time”. Ahhh, those moments to sit and draw. Enjoy seeing what each posting brings.
I love these sketches and the careful use of colour. Do you get to hear the tinkling of the piano too or is it early days for that?
Oh, I can hear the lesson for sure! This is Maddie’s third year of piano and she can play some beautiful pieces! So, I’m seranaded while I draw!
Love the weaves on the chair, and all the vibrant leaves. My nephews are learning to play piano as well, and my younger nephew is learning violin as well, I am so glad they get to do things I could only dream of doing when I was a child.
Thank you so much for your comments Jennifer. Gia’s absence has caused me much grief than I thought…my wife has moved on and excited about getting another pet, I on the other hand… still staring at her cage, and where I buried her.
Beautiful drawings! Please keep drawing while having piano therapy…then you can pass that therapy on…
Awesome, awsome, I love every detail you put down on your paper. The way you colour gives just enough information for the eye to appreciate both the black lines and the soft hues.
These are lovely – therapy for those of us who can’t get to sit in Mrs Randi’s outdoor room!
What a lovely place to wait! I’d love to have some piano therapy!! nancy