Thursday, 9 September 2021

The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 1 - Art 3

 

Painting of Marla Olmstead.

Marla’s paintings had its own concept compared to her peers, kids.

She was able to brush the canvas with almost the same concept or form consistently.

Her art was abstracts mostly with expressive characteristic of:

- delicate lines
- and enthusiasm dots.

It is indicated that Marla was different and so bold in term to draw lines and dots, then to blend the objects (lines and dots) with a beautiful color composition.

Kids as old as Marla Olmstead, 13 years ago was an 8 year old kid, even with a lot of talent, usually painted or sketched of un-intend objects in which they could be:

- anything
- and any mood at any times.

One of Jackson Pollock’s paintings, well known American artist.

Moreover, their objects are what they observe from surrounding areas, not what in their mind or what they thought.

Hence, these kids tend to paint the real objects than the abstract ones.

Since these kids had physical and psychological development, their painting quality would develop as well.

# To be continued to part 2

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17 comments:

  1. Esos niños son maravillosos, unos grandes artistas.... Saludos amiga.

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      Painting of Marla Olmstead.

      Marla’s paintings had its own concept compared to her peers, kids.

      She was able to brush the canvas with almost the same concept or form consistently.

      Her art was abstracts mostly with expressive characteristic of:

      - delicate lines
      - and enthusiasm dots.

      It is indicated that Marla was different and so bold in term to draw lines and dots, then to blend the objects (lines and dots) with a beautiful color composition.

      Kids as old as Marla Olmstead, 13 years ago was an 8 year old kid, even with a lot of talent, usually painted or sketched of un-intend objects in which they could be:

      - anything
      - and any mood at any times.

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  2. Toda a minha profissional foi na Educação.

    Beijinhos

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      The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 1 - Art 3
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      One of Jackson Pollock’s paintings, well known American artist.

      Moreover, their objects are what they observe from surrounding areas, not what in their mind or what they thought.

      Hence, these kids tend to paint the real objects than the abstract ones.

      Since these kids had physical and psychological development, their painting quality would develop as well.

      # To be continued to part 2

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      - Paris in the Eyes of Vincent Van Gogh - Art 1

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  3. Es impresionante.
    Buen fin de semana.

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      The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 1 - Art 3
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      Painting of Marla Olmstead.

      Marla’s paintings had its own concept compared to her peers, kids.

      She was able to brush the canvas with almost the same concept or form consistently.

      Her art was abstracts mostly with expressive characteristic of:

      - delicate lines
      - and enthusiasm dots.

      It is indicated that Marla was different and so bold in term to draw lines and dots, then to blend the objects (lines and dots) with a beautiful color composition.

      Kids as old as Marla Olmstead, 13 years ago was an 8 year old kid, even with a lot of talent, usually painted or sketched of un-intend objects in which they could be:

      - anything
      - and any mood at any times.

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  4. Há crianças que já nascem com capacidades para a pintura e desenho. Depois, é preciso desenvolver esse talento natural.
    Bom fim de semana, querida amiga.
    Beijo.

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      The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 1 - Art 3
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      One of Jackson Pollock’s paintings, well known American artist.

      Moreover, their objects are what they observe from surrounding areas, not what in their mind or what they thought.

      Hence, these kids tend to paint the real objects than the abstract ones.

      Since these kids had physical and psychological development, their painting quality would develop as well.

      # To be continued to part 2

      ## Previous art post:

      - Paris in the Eyes of Vincent Van Gogh - Art 1

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      The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 1 - Art 3
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      Painting of Marla Olmstead.

      Marla’s paintings had its own concept compared to her peers, kids.

      She was able to brush the canvas with almost the same concept or form consistently.

      Her art was abstracts mostly with expressive characteristic of:

      - delicate lines
      - and enthusiasm dots.

      It is indicated that Marla was different and so bold in term to draw lines and dots, then to blend the objects (lines and dots) with a beautiful color composition.

      Kids as old as Marla Olmstead, 13 years ago was an 8 year old kid, even with a lot of talent, usually painted or sketched of un-intend objects in which they could be:

      - anything
      - and any mood at any times.

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  6. Impressive ability of these child prodigies to artistically express their sensations and emotions of what they see.
    Good post.

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    1. excellent if just for fun .....

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      The Prodigy Kid - Marla Olmstead’s Paintings – Part 1 - Art 3
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      One of Jackson Pollock’s paintings, well known American artist.

      Moreover, their objects are what they observe from surrounding areas, not what in their mind or what they thought.

      Hence, these kids tend to paint the real objects than the abstract ones.

      Since these kids had physical and psychological development, their painting quality would develop as well.

      # To be continued to part 2

      ## Previous art post:

      - Paris in the Eyes of Vincent Van Gogh - Art 1

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