Inspired artwork

Published November 21st, 2011 by Bobby Henderson


This is a photo of my daughter’s artwork on display at B&N in Liverpool, NY.  Not only did his Noodlyness inspire her wonderful art, but he must have touched the staff as well since her work was posted above all others.


6 Responses to “Inspired artwork”

  1. xxi_centuryboy says:

    Emma seems to be working through her notorious “blue phase”. I believe we will see a radical game changing development in Emma’s ouvre soon, once the Noodly Applendages work their magic. Her painterly technique derives from the Post Impastaism period so popular with archetypal palette workers today. I look forward to seeing her tactile renderings come to fruition and displayed in the MOMA soon. Pasta be to Him. RAmen

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  5. Duck life says:

    This artwork is very abstract. I appreciate your work.

  6. Child says:

    It is well known that Julia Child had been ‘touched’ by His Noodly Appendage, so it is no surprise that Eucharists such as this Holy Cupcake should still exist. Raise a pint lads, and blessed be this holy wafer. RAmen. To play the amazing run 3 game, the players have to run and jump to pass different levels of obstacles. People remember this game as a game everyone plays at school. Good luck and have fun guys!

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