- A world of colours awaiting to be explored and how they blend and play with each other.
- The quality of colours evokes the hidden feelings and sensitivity which are yet unexplored in young children.
- Colour theory is typically taught to children in this fashion: Here’s some blue and here’s some yellow; let’s mix them together and get green! Fun, yes. Useful information, yes. A bit shallow? Perhaps.
- Wet-on-wet watercolour takes a different approach, a much slower experiential involvement in colour.
- Children explore the primary colours and allow secondary colours to arise.
- This is a meditative and therapeutic painting technique. It is a dreamy, fluid, mostly formless painting method that allows children to fully experience colours.
- Wet on wet painting as it suggests is painting done on wet paper. With the first drop, the child experiences the joy of colour spreading on the paper.
- It is a dreamy, fluid, formless painting method that allows children to fully experience colours.
- They play with brush strokes gently in a rhythmic manner and end with a page filled with colour.
- The entire process is very calming and magical for children.
Their dry paintings will be lovely to display or re-use as cards, journal covers, and so on.