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Did I ever tell you about the time daddy wanted to meet Barney so bad? You know – the big purple dinosaur that likes to sings and hug people? Evidently, daddy used to watch the show all the time when I was younger and would always sing his “I love you” song and make me and mommy act out the parts of the song. Supposedly, I enjoyed doing this, but I’m not admitting nothin’ (double negative used for effect).

PK & BARNEY

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OH!!!! This is my JAM!!!!

The artist formally known as Parker

So I’ve noticed a great number of paint masters have three or more syllables in their name and end with a long “o” sound, e.g., Mi-chel-an-ge-lo, Le-o-nar-do, Pi-cas-so. So with that, please address me as Par-ke-ro.

Sure, that may be a bit pretentious, but when you have a piece of work featured in the prestigious Dallas Museum of Art, then I will call you what you want.

Yep, that’s right – my latest sculpture is currently being featured at the DMA. For this piece I didn’t want to be passe and go the political or religious route – that’s so 2010. No, I chose to be more introspective and create a piece that spoke about a boy’s growing understanding of the power within. I chose to express that in the form of a lion (and not only because that is my favorite stuffed animal). As a matter of fact, I have titled the piece Super Lion. I call it Super Lion because I made the eyes real big so they can see far away – into my soul if you will (said in brute-y tone).

And, I wasn’t done there. Mommy, grannie, daddy, and I decided to paint more masterpieces at the DMA’s weekend family workshop.

Super Lion

Me

me in front of a Mark Rothko

me in front of a Mark Rothko

in the kids center

in the kids center

Workshop

Some other people’s art 

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Oh how I love me some toys and this shows I will even jump into a makeshift playpen near a fire pit to be with my toys. BTW this ottoman used to be able to fit a good amount of my toys. Now? All it’s just something I put my feet on.

 

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