My philosophy is in teaching children the aesthetics in their art. There are times for doodling and scribbling, and there should be time for experiencing the creativity in its many variations. There are tons of different techniques and materials available to achieve that unique and beautiful result at the end of any art project. 


Aesthetic education plays a very important role in a child's upbringing. Its main purpose is to teach a person to understand and appreciate beauty. It contributes to the enrichment of sensory experience, the emotional sphere of the personality, affects the understanding of the moral side of reality, increases cognitive activity and even affects physical development.


Multicolour nature brings happiness and harmony into our life in all the seasons throughout the year. Every season is rich and unique in its colours, sounds and forms.  Outdoor times provide a live connection with nature and nourish a sense of appreciation. Those aesthetic impressions find their reflections in the art created. As a result, children develop the ability to express themselves and develop their taste and, their personality becomes spiritually rich, harmoniously developed and creative. 




  1. a set of principles concerned with the nature and appreciation of beauty, especially in art.

    • the branch of philosophy that deals with the principles of beauty and artistic taste.                                                                                     - taken from the Dictionary


“The potential possibilities of any child are the most intriguing and stimulating in all creation.” 

— Ray L. Wilbur, third president of Stanford University

Please visit my BLOG to see crafts we create and more