Student's Artworks by Elbert, Sophia and Audria
Today, the children had time to watch and follow Van Gogh's sunflower work, appreciate the famous painting, and explore and experience the composition, brushstrokes, and color selection used in the painting.
Above all, the best material for children is Van Gogh's Sunflowers. This is because Gogh's paintings express the sensibility and feeling of the painting enough without the proper size and perfect detail that fills the screen rather than small and detailed descriptions, so children do not have difficulty in following them.
In addition, Van Gogh's primary color beauty, which was mainly influenced by the Japanese ukiyo-e style, conveys the beauty of perfect colors that start from simple and bright colors, helping children observe how to create beautiful color combinations with only basic primary colors. gives
In this sense, below is a work that Elbert selected and copied from Van Gogh's sunflower on the left. He especially modified one of the background and sunflower flowers to complete the sunflower with his own color.
The sensibility that Elbert felt from Van Gogh's sunflowers seems to be the petals of sunflowers that seem to be blown by the wind. If you look closely, the petals seem to move like a waving national flag.
Below is a painting by Sophia selected from Van Gogh's Sunflowers (right). She created her own colors by mixing red ink and watercolor to complete her gorgeous sunflowers.
And below is a picture of Audria completing the seascape last week. Audria just turned 6 years old. The landscapes of the sea and clouds in her paintings are truly stunning.
Children are much freer than adults and draw their own world with bold, rich colors and brush strokes. As you learn to draw each week, they change at an astounding rate. And he always draws new pictures by finding his own color and composition. Children are truly great artists.
Myungja Anna Koh