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not a usual day for the kids at the primary schools of Au am Leithaberge &  Achau –  both villages in Lower Austria –  when I came in with Cretacolor Academy to work with them:

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a post from March 2008:

today I distinctively became aware of the power of children´s hands to create vivid energy out of mere water-soluble colour-stuff master Siegfried Ressel & me brought in with the company Cretacolor to a primary school in the Austrian village Achau. – & I think  my part is now to let you participate in this spontanous acting of the kids with the art-material:

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photos: René Desor, other photos taken by teachers that day: see here

a sequence of the school´s art-project

YOUng ART:

artists inspire young art

alte meister inspirieren zu junger kunst

CRETACOLOR-Akademie mit Siegfried Ressel und Andreas Roseneder

Volksschule Achau, Niederösterreich, Austria

6 Comments

  1. What wonderful pictures…beautiful creative energies captured in time.

    “All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once they grow up.”
    ~Picasso

    So true..eh?

    Thanks for sharing these with us!!!

  2. I totally agree with G-P above, and it’s so sad how many of us grow away from the inner artist as we get older.

    Your pictures, however, are excellent reminders of our natural inheritance!
    Lovely!

  3. d´accord!
    and not only these hands, but your encuragement is adorable – when i think of all those (art) teachers i ever met…

  4. thank you all for sharing the lesson in my
    blog´s class-room

  5. I have nominated you for the creative blog award. Please see my site for information. http://www.seegart.wordpress.com

  6. dear Deb, thank you for the nomination! – I think the honour is due to the children! – & they have no links nor websites in cyberspace…

    ok, here I follow with first step rule Nr1:

    “For those who bring unique and creative elements to their blogs. For those who incorporate art, music, creative writing, photo’s, and other beautiful visual effects into their website. For those who put a unique spin on things and come up with new ideas. This award is for the artsy, the funky, the inventor, and even the rebel. This award is for those creative individuals who stand out from the crowd.”

    The rules are:

    1. The winner must copy this Award to their own blog
    2. Link to the blog from whence you received the Award
    3. Nominate a minimum of 7 other bloggers
    4. Link to the nominated on your blog
    5. Leave comment about the award on the nominated blogs.


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