Kourtney Kardashian’s fiancé, Travis Barker, could have an impact on the whole family. North West apparently went through an emo phase, and his mother Kim Kardashian showed proof of it in a new video posted by vogue February 18. Kardashian toured her home and talked about many of her most sentimental items, including art created by her 8-year-old daughter, North, with ex-husband Kanye West. “She’s a very, very good artist and loves to paint,” Kardashian said, pointing to North’s portraits of a wolf and her family’s bearded dragon.
However, one of North’s works stood out as particularly dark for her mother. “Recently North stayed home and had COVID so this was her drawing she did in her bedroom,” she explained, holding up a portrait of an unnamed woman pulling her very long tongue in the middle of a mass of swirls, which could be interpreted as a black hole. “It’s charcoal. Maybe it was just his emo mood. But no matter what, Kardashian loves seeing her daughter express her emotions through art. “I love seeing the personality and the moods and everything that she goes through and feels,” she said. “It really is an amazing hobby for her.”
Fans were first made aware of North’s artistic abilities when Kardashian posted North’s painting of a beautiful mountain landscape to her Instagram Story in February 2021. The piece was so impressive that some wondered if she had really was painted by North, who was only 7 years old. at the time. As the protective bear mom that she is, Kardashian was quick to defend North’s honor in another Instagram story, explaining that her daughter took oil painting lessons with a friend “where their talents and creativity are encouraged and nurtured”.
“North worked incredibly hard on her painting which took several weeks,” she wrote. “As a proud mom, I wanted to share her work with everyone.” Kardashian also provided examples of artwork North’s father, Kanye, created when he was young, proving she inherited the artistic gene. “How dare you see kids doing awesome things and then trying to accuse them of NOT being awesome?” she concludes. “Please stop embarrassing yourself with negativity and allow every child to be BIG!” Now that fans have seen even more of North’s art, her talent is clearly on its own.