Tuesday, 10 November 2009

'the process is often more important than the final result.'

This is a piece of art that came home from kindergarten with a note attached to it saying the 'process is often more important than the final result. Through working to create, the child is developing an eye for colour, lines, design and form'. It went on to explain they had been studying the famous Russian sculpture artist Louise Nevelson who used boxes to frame art.

That may all be very well, but the question is what do you do with the ever growing collection of artwork, mostly it goes on the wall for a bit, this piece however is flaking paint everywhere and will soon be re-homed in the B.I.N. but before that I thought Nanny and Grandma should have the opportunity to see.


Anonymous said...

thank you i appreciate that!!love nanny

Anonymous said...

Maybe I should use that line with some of my kid's work...!