Fri, 15 Jun 2012 1:21p.m.
Bright, vivid and playful are words used to describe the paintings created by five-year-old Australian artist Aelita Andre.
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15/06/2012 7:52:18 p.m.
fish face wrote:
Without wanting to knock this child's 'talent' I do have to laugh listening to an art critic waffle on about 'abstract realism combined with surrealism' (or whatever). These paintings are the product of a kid left in a room with a blank canvas, heaps of paint and minimal (if any) adult supervision (ie. no adults harping on about mess, or telling the kid she should be drawing a picture of mummy or whatever). As for the paintings being 'abstract' and 'surreal' - i think you could apply that to all kids drawing. i've yet to see a kids painting that makes sense!!!! I love the big head and no body thing that little kids draw - abstract? Yup!!! Keep having fun with the paint Aelita, try and ignore the adults trying to give it arty farty meaning - just enjoy!!
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