Art and The Inner Child – Why Should We Grow Up?

Often, Modern Art is something that the untrained eye will perceive as child-like and even naïve. The lack of, or a very distorted version of the subject becomes a questionable aspect, but the originality is what pins the work down firmly in its genre. Form is the force behind the work and concept becomes the reality that drives the work. Picasso once said when referring to children’s drawings: “When I was their age I could draw like Raphael, but it took me a lifetime to learn to draw like them.” 2015/02/img_5580-1.png 2015/02/img_5579-1.png 2015/02/img_5578-1.png