Padma Shri Tilak Gitai
The Maestro Painter
The act of drawing, small as it might seem, plays a significant role in physical, emotional and cognitive development of a child. It allows young kids to express their emotions, experience autonomy and build confidence. Thinking from career perspective, from the field of medicine to graphic design, drawing is essential for all.
The journey for kids starts from scribbling. As the scribble they are able to experience the motor movements and their senses develop further. While children scribble something, they see for the first time what they are thinking in their minds. Thus, they learn to express their thoughts via lines and scratches and relate it with visuals. Slowly, kids learn shapes and start observing their surroundings and remembering things.
Drawing provides a creative outlet and serves as a firsthand experience of the world. The imd1 Kid’s Art from HeART – Master course is designed to encourage the various skill development in children of the pre-schematic and schematic stage. Developed with a scientific approach, each chapter is designed to offer the kids new learning. The course strengthens the child’s critical thinking ability, problem solving skills teaching them to interpret, criticize, and use the visual information.
Moreover, the course induces a curiosity in the kids about newer methods of drawing and painting. It keeps the light of curiosity alive in them and as they grow, they will more likely enjoy learning new skills irrespective of the hard work involved and enjoy the process. This art course designed in consultation with Urmi’s Art Forum and endorsed by Padma Shri Tilak Gitai is for young kids to embark on their artistic journey. The course focuses on teaching of advance drawing elements, use of complex shapes, advanced color and shading techniques, composition techniques, proportion as well as representation of animals and human figures.
The concepts are taught with real-life application and appropriate practical guidance with exercises is provided to ensure higher clarity. The aim is to cultivate critical thinking, develop fine motor skills, encourage self-expression. While they progress through each chapter, they also learn interesting facts that keep them engaged. This course also introduces them to the techniques used by other well-known artists as a means for inspiration to their own creativity.
Drawing and painting activities prove to be fun times for the kids. While having fun they will learn and build the foundation to crucial life skills. The activity makes them feel good and happy, something too essential in the early years of growth.
So, let’s get the kids engaged in variety of interesting drawing activities through this imd1 course!
Let’s explore ART through HeART and sow the seed of creativity !!!
- Have highly evolved motor skills
- Draw various complex objects
- Master the various drawing techniques like mirroring, symmetry, patterns and more
- Familiarize with color shading
- Boosted creativity and confidence
- Start to implement what is visualized
- Compose the drawing with varied elements and shades of color
- Understand and start to paint the basic color schemes and hues
- Know basics of foreground and background
- Create own work of art by deriving inspirations from work of artists like Wassily
Maximum age 17 Years.
Students should carry following in backpack:
- Drawing Book / Drawing sheets
- 2B pencil
- Round Brush
- Kids Friendly - Crayons / Oil Pastels
- Waterproof Black Sketch pen
- Water colour paint bottles
- Scratching tool
- Specific materials required for specific session is mentioned separately
- 1.1 Lotus
- 2.1 Cow
- 3.1 Cat
- 4.1 Parrot
- 5.1 Penguin
- 6.1 Coconut Tree
- 7.1 Rooster
- 8.1 Boat
- 9.1 Rocket
- 10.1 Airplane
- 11.1 Helicopter
- 12.1 Train Engine
- 13.1 Butterfly
- 14.1 Peacock
- 15.1 Chameleon
- 16.1 Symmetry Drawing
- 17.1 Duck in the River Composition
- 18.1 Hen Family Composition
- 19.1 Under Water Composition
- 20.1 Scenery Composition
- 21.1 Space Scratch Art
- 22.1 Rainy Day Composition
- 23.1 Jungle Composition
- 24.1 Art Appreciation Wassily Kandinsky
- 25.1 Art Appreciation Paul Klee