Tuesday, 14 September 2021

The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 2- Art 3

Wild flowers, Painting of Marla Olmstead

You may read the previous part (part 1):

Prodigy children had their own specific capability since they were born.

Each kid is different each other.

Even after sharpened by guidance, their artworks have their own unique identities.

However, Marla’s paintings are not the case. Marla art creations are consistent, and even static.

She does not have her own identity and tend to copy artworks of one of great artists such as Jackson Pollock.

We may observe the similarities between Marla Olmstead and Jackson Pollock’s paintings in term of:

- visual elements
- colors
- and shapes


One of Jackson Pollock’s paintings.

Marla Olmstead painted on the selected high-quality canvass that is proposed for commercial market.

Hence, I agree with Dr. Ellen Winner, a professor of psychology at Boston College, who said, “I saw no evidence that Marla Olmstead was a child prodigy in painting. But she did see a coach who kept her going.”

Comparative of Marla’s painting and Pollock’s that both have similarities could be seen at figures (part 1 and part of this article).

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12 comments:

  1. Son bonitas sus pinturas, interesante amiga. Saludos.

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      The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 2- Art 3
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      Wild flowers, Painting of Marla Olmstead

      You may read the previous part (part 1):
      - The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 1 - Art 3

      Prodigy children had their own specific capability since they were born.

      Each kid is different each other.

      Even after sharpened by guidance, their artworks have their own unique identities.

      However, Marla’s paintings are not the case. Marla art creations are consistent, and even static.

      She does not have her own identity and tend to copy artworks of one of great artists such as Jackson Pollock.

      We may observe the similarities between Marla Olmstead and Jackson Pollock’s paintings in term of:
      - visual elements
      - colors
      - and shapes

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    1. Thanks-
      The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 2- Art 3
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      One of Jackson Pollock’s paintings.

      Marla Olmstead painted on the selected high-quality canvass that is proposed for commercial market.

      Hence, I agree with Dr. Ellen Winner, a professor of psychology at Boston College, who said, “I saw no evidence that Marla Olmstead was a child prodigy in painting. But she did see a coach who kept her going.”

      Comparative of Marla’s painting and Pollock’s that both have similarities could be seen at figures (part 1 and part of this article).

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      - Do You Know that Some Musical Instruments Made from Bamboo? - Art 2

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  3. Child prodigy or not, the simple fact of imitating the works of a recognized artist is already enough artistic skill.
    Have a nice Wednesday.

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    1. it is ok if for art purposes.....

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      The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 2- Art 3
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      Wild flowers, Painting of Marla Olmstead

      You may read the previous part (part 1):
      - The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 1 - Art 3

      Prodigy children had their own specific capability since they were born.

      Each kid is different each other.

      Even after sharpened by guidance, their artworks have their own unique identities.

      However, Marla’s paintings are not the case. Marla art creations are consistent, and even static.

      She does not have her own identity and tend to copy artworks of one of great artists such as Jackson Pollock.

      We may observe the similarities between Marla Olmstead and Jackson Pollock’s paintings in term of:
      - visual elements
      - colors
      - and shapes

      Delete
  4. No sé si entiendo de pintura pero me gustan esos cuadros.

    Saludos.

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    1. Thanks-
      The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 2- Art 3
      -
      One of Jackson Pollock’s paintings.

      Marla Olmstead painted on the selected high-quality canvass that is proposed for commercial market.

      Hence, I agree with Dr. Ellen Winner, a professor of psychology at Boston College, who said, “I saw no evidence that Marla Olmstead was a child prodigy in painting. But she did see a coach who kept her going.”

      Comparative of Marla’s painting and Pollock’s that both have similarities could be seen at figures (part 1 and part of this article).

      # Previous posting:

      - Do You Know that Some Musical Instruments Made from Bamboo? - Art 2

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    1. Thanks-
      The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 2- Art 3
      -
      Wild flowers, Painting of Marla Olmstead

      You may read the previous part (part 1):
      - The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 1 - Art 3

      Prodigy children had their own specific capability since they were born.

      Each kid is different each other.

      Even after sharpened by guidance, their artworks have their own unique identities.

      However, Marla’s paintings are not the case. Marla art creations are consistent, and even static.

      She does not have her own identity and tend to copy artworks of one of great artists such as Jackson Pollock.

      We may observe the similarities between Marla Olmstead and Jackson Pollock’s paintings in term of:
      - visual elements
      - colors
      - and shapes

      Delete
  6. Me gusta más Marla.
    Buen jueves.
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Thanks-
      The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 2- Art 3
      -
      One of Jackson Pollock’s paintings.

      Marla Olmstead painted on the selected high-quality canvass that is proposed for commercial market.

      Hence, I agree with Dr. Ellen Winner, a professor of psychology at Boston College, who said, “I saw no evidence that Marla Olmstead was a child prodigy in painting. But she did see a coach who kept her going.”

      Comparative of Marla’s painting and Pollock’s that both have similarities could be seen at figures (part 1 and part of this article).

      # Previous posting:

      - Do You Know that Some Musical Instruments Made from Bamboo? - Art 2

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