A #MetKids Comic from Guest Contributor Sharee Miller
Have you ever visited The Met? Maybe you've visited a different museum or gallery? Being surrounded by art can inspire many feelings like joy, calm, or reflection. Looking at an artwork can make you feel connected to the person who made it, or it can inspire you to make artwork of your own.
Children's book author and illustrator Sharee Miller knows these feelings well. The creator of books like Don't Touch My Hair, Princess Hair, and Michelle's Garden has created a new comic for #MetKids about all the reasons she loves to visit the Museum. And stick around afterwards for a special activity inspired by the comic.
Now it's your turn! Print out this frame and use it to draw some of the things that inspire you. They can be art or people or something from your home or neighborhood. Afterwards, you can share your framed inspirations with us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
You can find out more about Sharee and her art at her website.