Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Art Uninhibited






Don't you just love the Art of a Child... so fresh... so uninhibited... raw and pure expression... creative beyond words since they allow their imaginations to know no limits or boundaries. A Child will be unafraid to use color boldly and liberally... they often don't stay within the lines and think outside of the box naturally. Children make everything fun... including the creation of their Art... a pure Joy it is to them to partake of the creative process and lacking inhibitions they are confident in their process and proud of their outcome. It shows... in their work... and the passion is evident. I don't believe I've ever seen a work of Art created by a Child that I didn't like... that didn't make me smile and draw me into their World.

While taking a walk at the Park I saw an amazing Art Ball Sculpture by the Library... it appears to be the work and combined effort of many talented young Artists... it is wonderful... as a single piece of Sculpture and also in each individual contribution as you examine it and take it all in. What a great concept and idea it is, combining the many small works of fired clay Art by numerous Artists into one grand piece of Art... to Grace a beautiful Public place with... for all to enjoy and appreciate... Art Uninhibited... Dawn... The Bohemian

2 comments:

  1. What a beautiful post, and beautiful art! Thanks so much for sharing! I wanted to thank you for stoping by today and for your sweet comment, hugs~~~ Daphne

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  2. Hi Dawn,
    Very well said. I hadn't thought of it for a while but it's true. I used to love the art my son made when he was a little boy. Thanks for a great post.
    Au Revoir,
    ♥Danette

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