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depending upon the personality of the child At this age the child has. little or no control over motor activity, b Longitudinal controlled repetitions of motions Demonstrates. Lowenfeld 1978 visually an awareness and enjoyment of kinesthetic movements. c Circular further exploring of controlled motions demonstrating the. 4 stages of scribble ability to do more complex forms. d Naming the child tells stories about the scribble There is a. change from a kinesthetic thinking in terms of motion to imaginative. thinking in terms of pictures,Scribble and control. around 18 months,Gradually change to including,circular movements interspersed. with lines basic lessons are being,Initially chance watching another. child drawing slowly brought under,control of mind and body.
control of muscles in hand wrist and Illustrations from David Lewis James Greene 1983. arm Your Child s Drawings Their Hidden Meaning,collaboration of mind and body. Scribble and Precision,around age 2,more demanding lines angles. zigzags and crosses,use of arm wrist and finger muscles. challenges to perception memory,and co ordination of hand and eye. building of a store of knowledge,about motions and products with.
varying results,can continue alongside gradual,increasing skill in formal. recognisable pictures,Beginning of Precision,More restricted doesn t spread. across page isolated lines,sometimes named a flower. Pre Schematic Stage,Announced by the appearance of. circular images and lines which,seem to suggest a human or animal.
During this stage the schema the,visual idea is developed. The drawings show what the child,perceives as most important about. the subject,There is little understanding of space. objects are placed in a haphazard,way throughout the picture. The use of colour is more emotional,than logical,Two ways toward realism.
Observation watching others copying movements not the drawings. Experimentation haphazard similarity recognised repetition of success. Often human figures but also animals and plants,Humans and animals remain popular plants decline. Human Forms,Primitive and tentative Head and,body only tadpole drawing. parts added as skill and perception,increase feet noses eyes mouth. feet arms body and head,Animals drawn in profile,Symbolism and Schema. Around 4 5 School starts social,world broadens,regular repetition of schema.
Circle used for heads and tree tops,Drawings don t look like they should. appear to adult eyes,figures look alike no,differences between. male female,conceptual understanding rather,than visual observation. close attention to detail distortion,and exaggeration. simple geometric forms,Illustration from Kellog Rhoda 1970.
Analysing Children s Art,Human Figures,Preceded by consistent shapes. Hundreds of them,Eventually the shape becomes a,man mother sister brother. Very individual may vary,considerably,Figures in the child s experience. which impress determine the subject,people socialising process. lines represent arms and legs,The Schematic Stage around 7 to 9 years.
Easily recognized by the demonstrated awareness of the concept of space. Objects in the drawing have a relationship to what is up and what is down. A definite base and sky line is apparent,Items in the drawing are all spatially related. Colours are reflected as they appear in nature,Shapes and objects are easily definable. Exaggeration between figures humans taller than a house flowers bigger than humans family members. large and small is often used to express strong feelings about a subject. Another technique sometimes used is called folding over this is demonstrated when objects are drawn. perpendicular to the base line, Sometimes the objects appear to be drawn upside down. Another Phenomenon is called X ray In an x ray picture the subject is depicted as being seen form the. inside as well as the outside,In between stages transition. In between stages transition,Neck and shoulders are run together.
in a continuous outline,arms open out into the body. hand and fingers appear,feet are in a different schema. clothing takes the place of the body,neckline and cuffs forming distinct. boundaries,arms and trunk run together,by 7 the average drawing should. have most of these,Twainese Children playing with kites.
Still Geometric,Ovals triangles squares circles,rectangles or irregular shapes are. used as body schema,All kinds of shapes are used for legs. arms clothes etc,When separated from each other,these shapes are meaningless in. Twainese Woman,Meaning Through,Exaggeration,Arms are often longer hands. Changes in shape are accompanied,by added details or leaving things.
out altogether e g eating mouth,extended arms if touching or picking. up and object,Indicates expanding interests and,Not copying concept forming Picking Flowers. Process thinking awareness of,feelings perceptual developments. Use of a base line,Use of a base line,Indicating space. relates everything else on the page,at 3 1 use baseline.
at 8 96 use baseline,Conscious relationship is between. child and environment,outdoors base for things to stand on. character of landscape surface,flowers trees buildings machines. animals and people all stand on this,base A visit to the Zoo. Lowenfield accounts for the multiple use of,the baseline.
Obvious to children that,people things line up,this is based on a kinaesthetic. movement experience,the child experiences movement in. its natural things come one after,another in a line. therefore two sides of a street two,base lines,Hence different events can be. portrayed steps hills streets Two neighbours waiving. railway tracks,The use of a baseline in problem solving.
drawing a house on a hill,experienced as climbing up but. arriving at a flat area with a house at,the top is solved by using two base. lines each with the character of the,experience,The same would apply to drawing. inside a cave underwater an animal,burrow etc,Solution xray or cross section. Also seen for inside buildings,house school rooms etc.
Social Experiences,Less drawing of single figures,more groups. more major objects children and,adults buildings landscapes. trees and animals,beginning of composition,The child at this point holds onto a. life when the inanimate object has a,relationship with the child. e g a child can give a rock a good,telling off for hurting their foot.
The Gang Stage 9 to 11 Lowenfeld,Dawning realism as process becomes important. Group friendships of the same sex are common and self awareness to the point of being extremely self. Realism not in the photographic sense more an experience with a particular object. first time that the child becomes aware of a lack of ability to show objects the way they appear in the. surrounding environment, The human is shown as girl boy woman man clearly defined with a feeling for details often resulting in. a stiffness of representation, Perspective characteristic of this stage an awareness of the space between the base line and sky line. Overlapping of objects types of point perspective and use of small to large objects are evident in this. Objects no longer stand on a base line, Three dimensional effects are achieved along with shading and use of subtle colour combinations. Because of an awareness of lack of ability drawings often appear less spontaneous than in previous stages. Less vital and lively,Transition,A symbolic world is created lived out.
on paper where ordering and,arranging relationships can take. This helps the child to become,objective and no longer tied to. subject object interpretations,If you ask the child to tell the story. their meaning of the story will unfold,Pseudo realistic Stage. In this stage the product becomes most important to the child marked by two psychological differences. Visual the individual s art work has the appearance of looking at a stage presentation The work is inspired by. visual stimuli, Nonvisual the individual s art work is based on subjective interpretations emphasizing emotional relationships to.
the external world as it relates to them,Involvement. Visual types feel as spectators looking at their work form the outside. Nonvisually minded individuals feel involved in their work as it relates to them in a personal way. The visually minded child has a visual concept of how colour changes under different external conditions. The nonvisually minded child sees colour as a tool to be used to reflect emotional reaction to the subject at hand. NB This accounts for a personal reluctance for students to study colour as separate without a context of external. conditions visual or social in which to set their study. Some other,considerations,When things are difficult. Art Therapy and Visual,invisible monsters that gnaw. away at the inner self,creatures that destroy self. esteem and leave in their wake,anxiety and pain For children.
from violent homes the,monsters can be an abusive,parent neglect incest and. severe emotional trauma,Kathy Malchiodi 98 4, Monster Drawing by a 6 yr old in a Battered Woman s Home. In all creativity we destroy Source Malchiodi Kathy 1997 Breaking the Silence Art Therapy with. and rebuild the world and at Children from Violent Homes. the same time we inevitably,rebuild and reform ourselves. Rollo May 1985 144,When things are,born 1967 of Ukrainian migr. parents second of three children,other children normal development.
Language development problems,diagnosed as on the Autistic. Spectrum at an early age,Internationally famous,Proportion and Perspective. understood not normal until,adolescence,Horse and Rider by Nadia 6. draws from memory, draws from memory Source Selfe Lorna 1977 Nadia a case of extraordinary drawing ability. in an autistic child,Stephen Wiltshire,born 1977 of British parents.
1987 when Stephen 10 he was the,subject of a QED programme BBC. Stephen also draws from memory,having studied or watched a. building for 15 mins or so,The beginning point of any drawing. is random and lines appear like a,sewing machine the line spinning. from the pencil point until finished,Series of drawings of buildings.
around London,has gone on to have an agent and,many visits to major cities all over. the world leading to several The Albert Hall 10, publications Source Casson Sir Hugh 1987 Stephen Wiltshire Drawings. And finally for those that have an ability to,Adolescense. Can draw with accuracy and detail,Have to acquire perspective light. shade depth solidity texture,Until that is the adult artist wants to draw.
like a child again,Examples are Paul Klee Dubuffet. Kandinsky Miro and Russian Futurism,Paul Klee 1905 Girl with a Doll. brush and watercolour behind glass, Source Fineburg J Ed 1998 Discovering Child Art Essays on.


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