Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Artist of the Week: Voice

flower child by Teckelcar
flower child, a photo by Teckelcar on Flickr.
Rebecca is this week's artist.

I took this picture of her, at her behest, waaay back in July. Max wanted pictures of him hiding in the tall grass. With his blond hair and the dried tops of the grasses, he quickly faded from view. It was a very easy assignment. Rebecca however wanted to be seen, just on her terms. Her request was a picture of her "behind a flower." So with a daisy in hand she found a spot to her liking and kneeled in the grass with her flower.

Her picture this week is not so much about visuals, but about voice. She had to illustrate the importance of a writer's voice.

voice by Teckelcar
voice, a photo by Teckelcar on Flickr.
I found the illustration while sorting through her school work. Tomorrow is recycling day and I wanted to pull as much unimportant pieces of paper as possible. I love the quizzical cat in the left hand picture. The dog, on the other hand, seems to have no issue with its legless state. Both pictures are very cute and are a fun way to illustrate the importance of voice.

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