Tallulah creates

Moving from abstract to figurative

Annie Hamman - May 22, 2015

At some point between 1 and 3 year old your baby might switch focus from painting to drawing. Recently, at 3, drawing became so important to Tallulah, that is had to be incorporated into large canvases that she was painting on. She started drawing for hours and hours, creating detailed world of people doing various things: ballerinas practicing, Cinderella going to the ball, boys playing …

Continue reading

Variety of Tallulah’s paint application.

Annie Hamman - May 7, 2015

It’s a good idea to start painting with a couple of brushes and hands. However as Tallulah grew and became more inquisitive, we started adding various tools of application into her repertoire, just so the fun and exploration continues. You don’t have to do all of that variety to achieve great results with your child’s creative development. Hands and brushes REALLY IS ENOUGH. However, for those …

Continue reading

Facing fear as a parent.

Annie Hamman - April 30, 2015

Main thing preventing a parent to start this project with the baby is fear. Fear is a universal creativity killer, I myself have lots of fear as a professional artist, when I want to start a work of art. Fear leads to doubts, procrastinations, insecurities and ultimately failure to start, to continue or to finish a creative project. I am not a psychologist, but I …

Continue reading