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Painting with Watercolors at 2 years

Adrian loves doing whatever Julia is doing. Today, we are using  watercolors  (these are simple, washable, no mixing or supervision required.)  Adrian is finally starting to apply colors next to each other and not on top of each other like at an Art Studio

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He also understands the process now:

rinse the brush in water                           dab it in color                             apply color to paper…

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DSC_0039-001Adrian's First Self-Portrait (blue is his favorite color)

DSC_0045-001drawing Julia's hair: "Julia likes purple" he said
DSC_0045-001drawing himself with blue eyes
DSC_0045-001Family Portrait is ready!


 

DSC_0060-001Seeing Julia using a sponge while trying Wet-In-Wet Watercolor Technique, Adrian improvises and tries sponge-painting.
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After every art session, Adrian comes to me, hugs me, and says:

"Me Very Happy!"

 So, let Art, Creativity and Happiness fill our daily lives!

Let's Paint, Create and Be Happy!!!

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2 Comments

  • Reply Irina Korotcenkova April 24, 2016 at 9:53 pm

    Why children are so talented when they are small? Some of them, when they grow up, forget many things, including painting, which they did at their childhood. But I think this is another case. Develop their talents, and Adrian and Julia will attain everything in their lives!

  • Reply Anya April 25, 2016 at 11:02 am

    Thank you! Creativity makes my children happy! And, it is a luxury, which children can enjoy – they have all the time & very few responsibilities! I myself enjoy painting & playing piano, but I find myself doing everything else for others before I would enjoy my creative expressions, & often I just don’t allocate time for it (:

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