While in Woodstock, as you can imagine, what with all the creative influences and museum forays, Q had some creative urges herself. What with the cold weather, we decided to head out and stock up on some supplies at the art store.
Of course, being what it is, Woodstock has a terrific art supply store worthy of much browsing.
After that, we hit Tinker Toys, because we always do, and because...well, personally, I'm addicted. I'm not sure which one of us gets more excited for Tinker Toys, me or Q.
The owner finds the most amazing and unique things. Do you love that acrobat set in the window?
And the pigs...the pigs! I wanted all of them.
These are created by furniture designer Harry Allen for his Reality line, and I'm crazy about them.
I can spend hours poring over the new toys every time we visit, but the real draw is the amazing collections behind the counter.
Gorgeous mushrooms at the natural food store on the way home.
As you can see, one of the Reality pigs came home with me - a gift for a friend who was coming to dinner that night. No, I still don't have one of my own ;)
Q made much use of the art supplies that we found for her, including these soy "rock" crayons, which I love.
I never get tired of watching her creative process. She's so focused, and knows exactly how she wants things done.
One of her collages.
Perusing LaoLao's piano music.
More collages drying in the sun.
|Of course no evening is complete without being soundly tickled by daddy.|