How to attach to the painting of his children, that would be interesting
One day in the newspaper I came across a photo terribly happy and terribly smeared with paint child in diapers. This netipicna picture forced reading of the text on 2-year-old artist Aelita Andrea. Girl paints pictures that are successfully placed on a par with older artists. Included in various lists of brilliant children. Her paintings are sold. She has been compared to Picasso. Now, it all started like this:One day, the Director of Brunswick Street Gallery in Melbourne, mark Jamison at the meeting with one of the photographers saw pictures of works by an unknown author and agreed to include them in the annual exhibition. Were printed booklets, Dana advertising in specialized magazines... When the machine was running, he learned that the author of the paintings is the daughter of a photographer, a two-year Aelita. The Director was, of course, shocked, but the program of the exhibition, it was decided not to change, and paintings of the young talent has seen the light. I think the girl was just very lucky with my parents Because they buy a large for my daughter and, if necessary, 24 little canvas...Cover them with color (I didn't see any white canvas)...Buy a bunch of acrylic paints, and choosing harmless, knowing that she would have.Close floor paper (Aelita draws in a regular apartment with parquet flooring, not in a Studio), give the paint and allow the child to do whatever he wants. And then launder those curls (have you ever tried to wash anything from dried acrylic?) And most importantly, have a strong nervous system and do it again and again. Probably typical thoughts when watching this video: Oh my God, she's eating the paint. The flooring will now be smeared. Expensive chair too.Aelita Andre painting \"Eagle\" from Michael Andre on Vimeo.www.aelitaandreart.somehost Aelita's paintings are from 2 to 100 thousand dollars.If suddenly tomorrow I will be able to speak with the Director of the gallery, I have no photos of my children. I don't know, my talented kids in painting. They never tried to draw something on canvas with oil or acrylic. Of course, they try things out in the schedule - pencils or pens on cheap printer paper. Not ink, on glossy paper. Don't want to waste your time with the laundering of children and the next few cubic meters of paint - smeared enough of the child after the sandbox (and Kiska in the apartment too).And here's a thought about all this a couple of days, and yesterday gave Moses high-quality expensive materials, which are usually use for myself: good watercolor paper, watercolor paints and brushes for artists and prepared after the children's creative impulse to throw them. Although explained how to wash brushes and score the paint. The result is mildly surprised. Moses understood the material instantly is in College we were doing some technical exercises, paint over the squares and understood what laserowy and a La prima, he did without it. See the result for yourself. Went for acrylic.