"Action Painting" At Farmington Valley Arts Center's Summer Camp
"Summer Arts Adventure For Kids Program" at The Farmington Valley Arts Center (FVAC) in Avon, CT have created some rather amazing Jackson Pollock inspired abstract paintings. Pollock, was a major influence in the abstract expressionist movement. In the late 1940s, Pollock developed the "drip and splash" style of applying paint. Many of his pieces were set on the floor or on a wall where he used unconventional objects instead of paint brushes to drip paint and create what is known as "action paintings" .
About The Farmington Valley Arts Center
Take a look at these exciting paintings which were made by school age children last week at The Farmington Valley Arts Center, a non-profit center which is home to twenty artist studios, year rounds classes and workshops, a summer arts program for children and adolescents, two galleries and a artisan gift shop. For more information visit: http://artsfvac.org/
Readers, what do you think....are these amaizing for young children? BTW....this is not as easy as it looks.
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