Painting with grandson

One on one painting joint venture – a bear/wolf with Eddie, for his brother Bruno – now at school!

Eddie loves mixing up all colours to muddy, but by a cunning method – in between the freeflow colour mixup – I got him to do structure on canvas which ended up as this bear looking at a diamond… every thing that he put on canvas that looked like something I got him to follow up, and helped him not to paint/plaster the shapes over so they built… Yes suggestive structuring… scaffolding I think the term is… Raewyn’s studying early childhood education.. one guy they study, Vygotsky, says they benefit from these scaffolds for play and learning so they can explore cool new things more easily. So, Eddie got to mix up a lot of paint, but also got a bear to give his brother:)

It would be interesting to do a whole kaleidoscope of painting with a group of similar aged kids…a Renaissance creative painting Workshop…?


5 thoughts on “Painting with grandson

  1. WOW, PETER โ€“ VERY COOOL PAINTING โ€“ AND ONE VERY LUCKY BOY!!!!

    John

    From: Dreamspace Gallery and Workshops Reply-To: Dreamspace Gallery and Workshops Date: Friday, 4 May 2018 3:01 pm To: John Harris Subject: [New post] Painting with grandson

    Wizard of Eutopia posted: “One on one painting joint venture – a bear/wolf with Eddie, for his brother Bruno – now at school! Eddie loves mixing up all colours to muddy, but by a cunning method – in between the freeflow colour mixup – I got him to do structure on canvas which ende”

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    1. Thanks Barbara! If I only had four or five of me, the things we’d do! Raewyn and one of I would start a hobbit early childhood learning and creating centre… I was just daydreaming with her on that one… ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Oh I love the painting!!!

    Yes, Vygotsky and his constructivism theory and are big in language teaching too. Great!

    Love love the painting whatever theory tho!! ๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿป

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