“WHY hang children’s art on the refrigerator door? Because it’s there. And as an exhibition venue, it’s better than nothing.”
A coffee-table book from blurb.com by Arlene Kriv’s son, Eli Jort. More Photos »
“Art is made to be seen,” said David Burton, a professor of art education at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. “It’s sort of like food: why would you go through the trouble of cooking a whole meal and then not eat it?”
This was always a dilemma for me when I had more children’s art in my kitchen than I knew what to do with.
Digital photography has changed many things and saving children’s art can now be done with the click of your camera.
But is that enough???
I am rethinking the refrigerator art now that I have a grandchild.
We view things differently as grandparents…I am not exactly sure why that it…but it sure is wonderful.
So bring on the art projects…