Okay so, perhaps as if you, I’ve find out about creative geniuses and creativity. There’s an impact between IQ and creativity, although it is possible to have high scores in both. It appears our very best painters in human history have scored saturated in both categories, which brings me to a different question; do you imagine that great artists and painters are manufactured, or are they only born this way? Indeed, maybe we ought to talk about this for a moment.
You see, recently, I noted an advertising for Aaron Brothers, an art and craft supply retailing chain. On the three-day weekend they were having huge sales. One item really struck my fancy, it had been a “Grow With Me Easel and Table,” with workbench for kids. Normally selling for $199.00 for the set, quite nice actually, but then in this ad it had been available 50% off in the Aaron Brothers “Kid’s Art District” area of their store.
Put simply, if you wanted your son or daughter to mature to be a great painting artist you might purchase them an easel to start painting and drawing when they’re very young. Isn’t that what Tiger Woods dad did? He bought him a set of golf clubs diamond painting. As it happens that Burt Rutan the famous aircraft designer began building model airplanes in his youth, graduating to real airplanes that people could fly around in and now aircraft that leave the atmosphere.
If great painting artists are born, then buying paint brushes, paint, and easel for a young child probably won’t make any difference. But when that child through nurture watches their parent painting on a more substantial easel, while they practice on an inferior one the chances are decent that they will become an awful good painter by the time they mature to their teens. Even if they don’t become the most effective on the planet, or a painting great whose household name we are to memorize in school. A children’s easel, that will be a decent start.
Obviously, perhaps it is nature and nurture. And if a parent is a great painter, there is a great chance that child found some of these creative genes. When they exercise them, then they might also turn into a great painter, and if they don’t, chances are they won’t. Nevertheless, if you have a young child and you’re a great painter, then you want to find out yourself? It seems like a good idea in my experience, and it will definitely help their dexterity skills and the formation and formatting of the young creative brain. Please consider all this and think on it.Read More