Student's artworks by Daniel and Sophia.
Today, Daniel and Sophia learned to create an abstraction of a beautiful flower using pouring acrylic using the balloon smashing technique.
Below is an abstract painting by 12-year-old Daniel. He created small floral patterns of various shapes in bright colors with a bright feeling. These patterns came together to form one beautiful spring garden.
The great thing about this technique is that children are free to explore and experience their artistic flair and the world without having to learn any particularly difficult skills. Depending on the color, pattern, and size of the pattern chosen by the children, the feeling of the picture changes, and it is very helpful in many ways because you can complete a large work in a short time.
The work above is an abstract painting completed with the same technique by 9-year-old Sophia. She deliberately flooded her paints, causing her paper to stand up and flow down. She and she and she made the stem of the flower. Her brilliant ideas are amazing.
Through a new painting technique that does not use a brush, children can create a garden of their imagination and develop artistic expression and sense.
No longer confined by the conventions of brushes, these children are liberated to experience the world of art in a tactile and intimate manner. As they explore the interplay of colors, their senses awaken, and their artistic intuition deepens. The canvas becomes a playground of textures and sensations, where they embrace the joy of discovery and embrace the wonders of self-expression.
Myungja Anna Koh