Is the children's art training class really just teaching children to learn to draw pictures so simp
abstract： Many franchisees and parents have heard more or less when they choose to join and teach their children: "It is just to play with children and teach children to paint." Is it really so simple? In fact, the Westa International Children' ...
Many franchisees and parents have heard more or less when they choose to join and teach their children: "It is just to play with children and teach children to paint." Is it really so simple? In fact, the Westa International Children's Art Museum is not just a single painting process, but a process of comprehensive practice and understanding. Participation in art education activities in the school, in life, has improved the child's self-confidence and comprehensive expression ability.
Pay attention to the art training class for children:
When children create their works, they will coordinate their self-awareness and subjective intentions. The professional curriculum system of the Vista International Children's Art Museum can directly observe the characteristics of children's paintings through children's painting performance. It stimulates and preserves the characteristics of straightforwardness, holiness, symbolism, dynamicity, juvenileness, exaggeration, openness and freedom of children's tender paintings.
Teaching children to paint is not that simple, but ~ is not too difficult
In the past, Vista's children's art also mentioned the characteristics of straightforwardness, holiness, symbolism, dynamicity, juvenileness, exaggeration, openness, and freedom to inspire and preserve the child’s tender paintings. This is a lot of educational institutions. It’s hard to do, and the Vista International Children’s Art has done it~
Trueness is the characteristic of many children who show honesty, frankness and sincerity through painting. Unlike the objective reality of adults, children can't do the objective reality and lifelikeness in the eyes of adults. The Vista International Children's Painting Standards are more focused on right, not on the wrong. Children constantly show their understanding of things, often without adult disguise, but naturally exposed.
Seeking perfection means that when children draw, they often see things that are seen from different angles, and what they know, think of, or are not related to each other, are put together on the screen until they are full; and objects that are invisible from the outside are also drawn. Come out and draw the objects without blocking each other. This kind of holiness is also manifested in the fact that it is better to let some overlap appear and not to draw less. The portrait on the side of the picture also draws two eyes. Seeking fullness shows the cognitive characteristics of children. This quest for self-determination stems from children's thirst for understanding things, and the incompleteness of children's understanding of the world.
Symbolic representation of children's paintings does not accurately write objective objects and many of its features, but only retains its most basic form. For example, children usually draw objects with simple abstract lines. The portraits are drawn from people's different genders, ages, and occupations. They only retain the main features that distinguish them from other animals. Even in the form of symbols, this is the child's unconscious, powerless expression, is the simplification and generalization of the object of depiction.
The childishness is reflected in the simple and rough picture of children's paintings, exaggerated or distorted. There is a big gap between the image of painting and the objective image. Picturesque people, often big head and small body, eyes and mouth paintings are remarkable, the range of motion is exaggerated, the body of the mountain is perpendicular to the slope of the mountain; people play in the space with aliens; in the forest with the animals This kind of childishness is determined by children's understanding of imperfect things and insufficient expressiveness.
Dynamics means that children like to draw interesting, active objects, enter characters in painting, and even forget themselves. This dynamicness reflects the child's curiosity and illusion.
Children's paintings are less constrained, less formal, bold in thinking, open in action, and the picture gives a strong exaggeration. It seems to be "daring, whimsical." The exaggeration and feeling characteristics and attention of children in painting are related. They tend to focus on the most interesting image. In painting, the images and parts of interest are large, relatively specific, and have an exaggerated tendency. Other images are relatively simple and general. In terms of color, it is generally subjective intent color and personal preference. The characteristic is that the color is strong and clear.
Freedom means that children like to draw interesting, active objects, and do not like to draw objects in a static state. For example: like to draw a variety of dynamic people, animals, cars, planes, and so on. Often, while painting, the sound of the simulated object, this dynamic, reflects the child's curiosity and illusion. [For more courses, please click: Vista International Children's Art Course System]
In the faculty's equipment, Vista has its own training system to solve the problem of franchisees' faculty difficulties. [Learn more about joining support. Click: Vista Children's Art Joining Support]
Art activities can develop children's observation, memory, imagination and creativity, and play an indispensable role in children's future study and life. They also have great improvements in the observation and understanding of the things around them and the characteristics of the characters. In the fierce competition of the future, children who are observing their talents will remain invincible forever.
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