Sunday, August 31, 2014

What make Children's Art beautiful and meaningful?

Leo Carlo Rotor's art lessons, part 2
Living with Nature School on Blog
Paaralang Bayan sa Himpapawid with Ms Melly C Tenorio 
738 DZRB AM Band, 8 to 9 evening class, Monday to Friday
  • Simple and colorful 
  • Meaning and message
  • Contemporary style
  • Experiential 
  • Freedom of expression 
  • Personal style
  • Linkages in topics
  • Thorough and complete
  • Defined and specific
  • Sense of Achievement  
These ten attributes make children's art a wholesome experience, and worth all the honors a young artist aspires for. They set the beginning of a career and good character - and preparation for the children's bright future.  

The word MODERN itself can be depicted by the way it is expressed. 

An experience on graduation day - in the past or in the future.
Prize - it comes in many ways: gem, ribbon, trophy, necklace, ring, and the like. 
Involvement - prelude to maturity, building the foundation of good citizenship.
Entertainment - where and when reality and fantasy are one, reason and imagination converge.
Work also means obligation and responsibility, mother than output and reward. 
Surrealism, a postmodern art, may not mean anything, nonetheless challenging to the viewer to interpret,
Food - but why are the tools bigger than the food itself? Interpretative art challenges the viewsr and relates the hidden message to contemporary issues.
Wonder of the world, the Rice Terraces of Ifugao, now in a state of disrepair, it has been demoted in the UNESCO Heritage list.
Frivolous celebration is not good, and it does not enhance joy and success of an occasion how special it may be
Religion and tradition, Christianity and paganism, are too early to teach children. But it is their innocence that moderates conflicting beliefs and philosophies. 

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