The use of Painting Art
Painting is the first type of creative activity for a child. From an early age, children take up pencils and paints, creating their masterpiece.
Any parent will be proud of even little achievements in this kind of art and gladly share the joy with their kids. And painting in some way is not only about results, it’s about a creative process which is extremely good for development.
The use of painting for children is proved even by scientists. Let’s take a look.
- Art classes develop fine motor skills, and this is the stimulation of the brain zones responsible for thinking, speech, visual and motor memory, and coordination. During drawing, both hemispheres of the brain are involved.
- The child develops extensional intelligence and imagination.
- In the process of work, the child receives a real result – a picture. This process teaches them to set the goal and be active to get good results.
- When children are drawing, they express themselves, project their psychological state, and thoughts onto the paper.
- Drawing is a very good way to calm down and make peace around. It is especially useful for children who suffer from depression and can be neuroses or naughty.
- Systematic painting art classes teach the child to structure time, develop persistence, and form discipline in some way they will know how to deal with time management from childhood which is very good in the grown up world.
- The children learn to comprehend the world around them and understand that each person has his perception of reality, sees objects and phenomena in his own way and all this while they are drawing.
- Drawing is a process that involves experimentation, creativity, the individual vision of objects. In the process of working on a drawing, a child learns how to accept mistakes and also has an opportunity to create something new and unique. This approach helps the artist to become free, independent, and more successful.
- The process of creating a picture allows a person to feel not as a regular person, but as a creator, which successfully affects his self-esteem and self-identification.
- The child learns to distinguish details, see the whole picture, compare and generalize while examining pictures, choosing a palette, to make it perfect.
- The main thing that drawing gives children from the point of view of esthetic upbringing is an introduction to world culture via the fine arts.
- Drawing is important for schoolchildren as a key to understanding mathematical and physical models and mastering other disciplines. It develops associative, creative thinking.
Boys and Girls are painting differently
If you take a picture, you can easily say who painted it – a boy or a girl. Psychological differences between the boys or girls affect the perception and artistic reflection of reality.
In girls’ way the hemisphere of the brain, which is responsible for figurative thinking, imagination, and emotions, works better. And girls pay special attention to trifles, careful drawing of living characters.
For boys, technical details and schematic representations of people are more typical. The actively involved right hemisphere in men is responsible for logic, analysis, and literal perception of symbols.
If you give the same task to girls and boys who are sitting together, they would perform differently.
The boy will focus on the detailed study of cars, buildings, not paying special attention to the decorations and the population of the fictional city.
Girls are more interested in decorating, they are happy to pick curtains on the windows, a flower bed, draw the faces and outfits of residents. At the same time, the house itself may well exist on paper in a schematic form.
But despite all the differences between boys and girls, art connects all children around the world. Grab a piece of paper, pencils, paints, and start creating your little masterpiece.
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