“Every child is an artist -The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” – Pablo Piccaso
We at ScribbleMagiclab want to encourage the parents and children to be an artist for a lifetime, and learn life lessons by remembering thoughts of Pablo Picasso and from his world-famous Picasso paintings.
The world-famous Spanish painter Pablo Ruiz Picasso once said
“Every child is an artist -The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”
All human beings are creative by nature. Young Children know, this in their hearts, but as we grow older most of us begin to have doubts. We live in a culture that discourages creative thought and wants us to believe that artistic ability is rare. Over time, most of us learn not to color (or think) outside the box.
First, we encourage our children to seek joy, not perfection
One of the best ways to inspire learning and enjoy being creative is to study and imitate what we most love.
All artists begin by copying and imitating others who inspire them.
Secondly, to maintain confidence, it is essential not to compare children with one another. Comparative thinking is a big killer of intrinsic motivation and creativity, especially in schools where children are constantly tested and given grades. Most of us gave up certain activities and art forms because we saw how well others were doing and began to doubt our own potential.
Overall we think children, see life in an unrestricted free form: they know no bounds and their imagination IS artistic. As we grow we learn the rules. We are more likely to become close-minded and less likely to make ourselves vulnerable to the criticism of others. We train ourselves to “behave” a certain way, while forgetting our inner child, passions, and desires.
1. We can grow up while shaping our inner artist. (stay an artist)
2. We can just be big kids. (stay a kid)
3. The worst is if we completely forget what it was to think and play like a child… (loose that piece of yourself) It’s your choice!
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