Aesthetic Learning through a Child’s Painting

The International Museum of Children’s Art has a fantastic archive of powerful pieces by young people.  This painting of a musician and dancers by Ng Shu Ying struck me.  I think what I love the most is that if the musician is on the stage holding the instrument in a manner that renders it unplayable, it suggests they are all dancing to some higher unheard song.

[via Google’s Art and Culture Archives]

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