From Napping School of Art

11 Jan

Eat your heart out, Rodin.  Our little Frenchman is thinking hard AND he’s sleeping at the same time.  The Thinker, Generation 2.0.

Practicing to be a Greek French statue...

Or is he dreaming of the Heisman Trophy?  The feeling of motion created by his artfully draped blankie and bent leg … well, it’s clearly a masterpiece in the Sporty Nap period of art.

Crack out your Jansen History of Art, people.  Study up.  Cormac is way ahead of us.

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4 Responses to “From Napping School of Art”

  1. Jennifer January 12, 2011 at 9:55 pm #

    Ah yes, Jansen… that brings back memories!

    Cormac is such a natural! You could add to his college fund by having him pose for live art classes–with his blankie, of course.

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