There is NO right or wrong way to create art. Be it paintings, sketches, poetry, prose, dance …
Of course there is a base foundation that you will develop when you keep working on what you believe in consistently. Years of practice will help you develop form, theme, a unique voice.
Experience teaches you how to be able to translate your work so others can learn from it. Constant practice also can help create talent where there was none to begin with.
BUT let no one tell you that You aren’t good enough. For being “good” is defined by the eyes that see it. A 11 year old doesn’t understand the magnificence of a 3 year old’s doodles. A 21 year old does not understand the heart an 8 year old puts into the “dream project” they do all by themselves. A 30 year old cannot compare the form of a 9 year old to a 16 year old. A 40 year old cannot imagine the passion it takes for a 70 year old to practice and perform.
It takes a lot of introspection for someone ahead to look back and remember the pains they have taken. To have an appreciation for passion. To understand what comes quite naturally to you, takes years of work for another.
Parents, do not squash your child’s vision by the desire to make it perfect. Give it time, it will be. And it will be appreciated.
All it takes is eyes and a heart that SEE and FEEL.
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