Adorable

31 Aug 2014

Viewing Guide:

A unique collection of 775+ original artworks showcasing Adora is displayed inside this blog.

If this is your first visit to Adora’s site, take a few minutes, and scroll down a dozen pages (or more) - You will then be able to choose your favorite interpretations of my little girl.

Here are two video compilations of first 700 artworks: You can also browse them page by page, or see them all on one (scrollable) page

31 Aug 2014

Art News:
We received a note from Chandra Valli Paetsch telling us that her gorgeous ‘Carousel Jockey Adora’ is about to be published by a watercolor magazine in a feature article about her portfolio.
Congratulations to you, Chandra!

Art News:

We received a note from Chandra Valli Paetsch telling us that her gorgeous ‘Carousel Jockey Adora’ is about to be published by a watercolor magazine in a feature article about her portfolio.

Congratulations to you, Chandra!

30 Aug 2014

30 Aug 2014

Today’s hungry Adora Feeding On A King Burger was gifted to Adora by musician, writer, and artist Jack John Brown, living in Western Massachusetts.
Here are his twitter and instagram channels.
It was based on this photograph.
Thank you so much, JJ!
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Here are two time-lapse videos of the first 700 artworks. You can also click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see all the works page by page.

Today’s hungry Adora Feeding On A King Burger was gifted to Adora by musician, writer, and artist Jack John Brown, living in Western Massachusetts.

Here are his twitter and instagram channels.

It was based on this photograph.

Thank you so much, JJ!

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Here are two time-lapse videos of the first 700 artworks. You can also click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see all the works page by page.

29 Aug 2014

28 Aug 2014

I always climb on things…

28 Aug 2014

Today’s pretty Adora Holding A Waffle Cone was created by freelance illustrator Minsei Shaira Otagan from The Philippines. Her tagline for this work is: Sometimes what’s real is something you can’t see.
It was based on this photograph.
Thank you so much, Shaira!
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Here are two time-lapse videos of the first 700 artworks. You can also click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see all the works page by page.

Today’s pretty Adora Holding A Waffle Cone was created by freelance illustrator Minsei Shaira Otagan from The Philippines. Her tagline for this work is: Sometimes what’s real is something you can’t see.

It was based on this photograph.

Thank you so much, Shaira!

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Here are two time-lapse videos of the first 700 artworks. You can also click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see all the works page by page.

27 Aug 2014

26 Aug 2014

I baked some Hasselback Potatoes

26 Aug 2014

Today’s reading of our song ‘Tortilla, Oh Tortilla’ in sign language is artwork no. 800!

Remember the song we wrote a couple of months ago? Here it is read by American Sign Language interpreter Koli Cutler

Koli has been signing professionally for over twenty years, across the United States, Europe and Japan. He has done live concerts for Coldplay, Steve Miller, Paul Simon, Jackson Browne, Sheryl Crow, TLC and many others. He has taught Madonna sign language, worked with Robert Downey, Jr., Dustin Hoffman, Bill Gates, Oprah, Marlee Matlin, Michelle Pfeiffer, Warren Beatty, and shared the stage with three US Presidents and Nelson Mandela. Here is his Youtube Channel

This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish list.

Thank you so much, Koli!

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Here are two time-lapse videos of the first 700 artworks. You can also click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see all the works page by page.

25 Aug 2014

24 Aug 2014

24 Aug 2014

Today’s Google Doodle Adora is the second of two illustrations created by Tani Bocaya, who wrote: A smile is a curve that sets things straight. Tani is a an exhibit designer by trade from Manila in The Philippines. Here are her Linkedin profile & her instagram stream. Her first contribution was here.
This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish list,  and was based on this photograph.
Thank you so much, Tani!
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Here are two time-lapse videos of the first 700 artworks. You can also click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see all the works page by page.

Today’s Google Doodle Adora is the second of two illustrations created by Tani Bocaya, who wrote: A smile is a curve that sets things straight. Tani is a an exhibit designer by trade from Manila in The Philippines. Here are her Linkedin profile & her instagram stream. Her first contribution was here.

This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish list,  and was based on this photograph.

Thank you so much, Tani!

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Here are two time-lapse videos of the first 700 artworks. You can also click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see all the works page by page.

23 Aug 2014

Me and my shadow up and down the skating ramp

- And a bike guy in the background

22 Aug 2014

I also made some strawberry jam - that came out great!