This whimsical sculpture captures the memory of that delightful childhood experience of eating ice cream. Children's eyes sparkle with delight and their face lights up at the mention of having an ice cream treat. Just look at the big eyes portraying colors of some of the ice cream flavors! Doesn't the ear to ear grin remind you of a child (perhaps you) who was tickled pink when offered an ice cream cone? This wall sculpture is perfect for a child's room.
"I Scream Happiness" captures that memory of being a kid when you loved eating ice cream regardless of the season or the time of the day. Ask a child what a heavenly experience it is to be treated with an icecream cone! Their eyes open wide with excitement and happiness at the sight of an ice cream cone.The very mention of it begs a kid to scream happiness. Remember the quote,
We all scream,
For ice cream!'
Simple little pleasures, such as ice cream, delight children. To me, as a child ice cream & happiness were synonymous, hence a pun in the title. My mother made delicious mango & pistachio ice cream. I could never get enough of it! Even as an adult, mango & pistachio are my favorite ice cream flavors.
Medium: Lino cut on Lenox acid free paper
Image size: 12"x12", Paper size: 15"X15.75", Framed: 20"X20"
This black and white print is a part of the series, "Lessons Learned from Six-year Olds". Each piece is hand-printed by the artist. A portion of the money from the sale of this print is donated to mental health.
Knowing where one wants to go, setting the goal and focusing on it are important in order to succeed. If one can eliminate distractions and stay focused on a single goal, success is not hard to attain. Sometimes it takes a young six-year old to remind us of this. It is based on a true story.
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