Caption Contest: What Does This Photo Say to You?

This cutie is wielding a paintbrush like a pro, right? When you look at the photo, what caption would you give it? Leave your caption in the comments section below and you could win an art resources bundle from Artist Daily. It's as simple as that. Entries will be taken until the contest is over on May 26, 11.59 EST.

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Three members will be randomly selected to win. It could be you so get your thinking cap on and enjoy!

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  Courtney is the editor of Artist Daily. For her, art is one of life’s essentials and a career mainstay. She’s pursued academic studies of the Old Masters of Spain and Italy as well as museum curatorial experience, writing and reporting on arts and culture as a magazine staffer, and acquiring and editing architecture and cultural history books. She hopes to recommit herself to more studio time, too, working in mixed media.   

240 thoughts on “Caption Contest: What Does This Photo Say to You?

  1. “An Artist is born every minute!”javascript:WebForm_DoPostBackWithOptions(new%20WebForm_PostBackOptions(“ctl00$ctl00$bcr$bcr$ctl13$ctl03$WeblogPostCommentForm$ctl01$btnSubmit”,%20″”,%20true,%20″CreateCommentForm”,%20″”,%20false,%20true))

  2. I have allways been vainglorious of the sun, light and my shadow
    Hence, I feel my person, my space and my existence
    I can see the flowers’ colors the greenness of tall trees and meadows
    I can see the flight of pigeons too
    My sky is as blue as an endless sea
    Where the white clouds appeared like galopping horses
    So I see trees, shade and shadows then, my own shadow
    I am not alone, every thing has a shadow
    Sunshine, gives a shadow to a small sparrow
    And to butterflies hovering among wheat spikes
    Sunshine gives shadows even to falling bombs…….
    Well, seeing the little boy paintng in green, brought to my mind a poem I wrote in Arabic expressing my feelings on what is going on in Iraq. (This is a rough transulation of the first few lines of this poem, the rest is very gloomy, therefore I don’t want to upset the readers but let them enjoy the photo and the comments).

  3. Watching the budding young artist, his mother proudly envisioned his bright future – until she saw the guest dining room…. He now owns a successful carpet cleaning company.