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In the wake of covid-19 pandemic,our children are forced to be in room escape maybe glued to television screen and with a smartphone either. art-effusions global gives an opportunity to make them colourfully creative in the field of fine arts - painting. they can scribble motifs 'n' apply hues with wielded brushes to run wild on papers for depicting their fantasies 'n' exasperations with assorted colours with eminent instructor n.g.jhonzsonn in this virtual atelier.

 

the art-effusions global, a movement that has been in the field of socio-cultural 'n' art in kerala for the last thirteen years. now, It provides an opportunity for school children living in middle east. during this summer we coordinate an online painting workshop for school children, through effective training sessions.  kids learn to discover, explore, and imagine in their own unique ways, experimenting with a variety of art materials and methods that encourage the development of creative thinking and problem-solving skills.

those who have got aptitude in drawing 'n' painting can join in this workshop to study fine arts - painting to pursue their aptitude in fine arts painting to reach its acme @ our interactive online course.

for more info, just text to +91 8304844183 

colourfully yours 

LILLY VAZHAYIL

managing director

 registraton

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please furnish the following details: name, photograph, class, school, address, photo of school ID card 'n' name of parents send it to whatsapp @ 8304844183. please attach the screen shot of fee voucher for registration.

*soft copy of participation certificate will be sent to all at the end of the camp  

 

​many people think that images or motifs in a painting should be as a scene that fall on a mirror facing to nature. That is, it was born with the advent of photography. also, much more photocopying (photo realism)artists have attributed that copying a photograph onto a paper piece or canvas are paintings.

However, we do not have the opportunity to identify what painting is.

Painting is visual art that occupies a prominent place in the fine arts. each image is a sensory surface that evokes in the viewer a variety of impressions, expressions, visuals, combinations of contours, colours, planes, levels and perspectives.

An image, each with different sensory capacity, colour perception, expressions, and emotional levels is experienced.

The image is not to be understood or enjoyed but to be experienced.

one must have a sincere mind and free from the preconceived notion in order for that experience to take place in him or her. a picture manages to entertain as well as inform, leaving behind the perceived sensitivity of colour perception. When paintings are created, the artist is unknowingly leading to a visual and ideological awareness of objective realities.

Thus a work of art becomes a retelling or circumcision of life, a reasonable infusion of experiences, experiences. But vision is not based on a person's depth of knowledge,

Rather, it turns out to be a re-examination of the reader's self-awareness of his surroundings.

n.g.jhonzsonn 

creative painter

www.arteffusionsglobal.org/n-g-jhonzsonn-paintings

 few glimpses of works done in the former painting workshop

 few glimpses of former painting workshops

painting is a language of communication

as we know a picture is often worth a thousand words and visual images communicate emotions and complexities that words cannot convey well. The ability to communicate non-verbally is particularly important for children. Art is a powerful tool that gives children the ability to express their thoughts and emotions long before they can fully express themselves with words.
Once you acknowledge that art is a language, the importance of respecting a child's artwork becomes obvious. Yet too often adults praise art before really looking at it, offering routine comments like "What a pretty picture!" Comments like these can actually be damaging to a child's self esteem, causing him to feel misunderstood. Pictures sometimes communicate sad or angry feelings that are not "pretty" at all. It's far better to view a child's art slowly and with quiet interest before making any comments. Over time, with authentic and respectful support from adults, children will use art as way to draw out real feelings that never expressed verbally.   painting is not a mere colouring picture in books and not copying from photos or colouring the space in contour lines. because art is not restrictive. to be a creative work, it has to represent individuality.
 

distinguishing "fine art and applied art" – another way of saying "arts and crafts." both fine and applied arts can demonstrate individuality. If a child's painting or Treasure Box looks like everyone else's, then there’s no creativity or imagination involved. What's the quickest way to tell if it's art? If a child can’t recognize which project is his at the end of the day, it's not art! children love art because it's fun and provides them with authentic self-expression: the freedom of choice, thought and feeling. How important is an art in a child’s human development? What does a picture tell us about the child who created it? children’s art is many things to many people. to a parent, art is an expression of their children's imagination. to an educator, it's a teaching tool to impress the students. to a psychologist, art is a way to understand a child's mind easily. to grandparents, it's a way to feel connected to their childhood . to a librarian, it's a way to enhance bookish knowledge. but to a child, art is a way to have fun, make decisions, express ideas emotions 'n' aspirations and impress others with a universal language.
the great painter pablo picasso wrote "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up''.

" Is children's art an act of genius? Are children more creative than adults? perhaps picasso was simply impressed by the spontaneity of children's art. child art, like most child behaviour, is direct and uncensored. A young child doesn't critique his work – he paints freely and with pleasure, enjoying the fine and gross motor experience of moving paint over the paper and watching lines, shapes and colours come to life. Art puts a child in the "driver's seat" and provides freedom: the freedom of choice, thought and feeling.

Picasso wrote "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up." Is children's art an act of genius? Are children more creative than adults? Perhaps Picasso was simply impressed by the spontaneity of children's art. Child art, like most child behaviour, is direct and uncensored. A young child doesn't critique his work – he paints freely and with pleasure, enjoying the fine and gross motor experience of moving paint over the paper and watching lines, shapes and colours come to life. Art puts a child in the "driver's seat" and provides freedom: the freedom of choice, thought and feeling.
Parent Involvement
How can parents nurture children's creativity at home? Research shows that parent involvement in their child’s education is positively related to learning and achievement. Art can be a wonderful family activity. Parents who understand the value of art are more likely to keep art supplies at home, designate a household area for "messy art," and become involved in art themselves. Parents and teachers working together to nurture creativity – imagine the possibilities!

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