Teaching Research of Reconstruction Painting for Purpose of Cultivating Creativity of Students

Demei QIN

Abstract


Reconstruction of painting means one orients nature rather than sourcing from subjective imagination, and it is a new art form of thinking and a new embodiment of the creativity of the artist. Meanwhile, it is a new way of teaching, aiming at improving the students’ ability in observation and thinking and at exploring the students’ potential in creativity. Its purpose is to enable the students to grow into mature artists with sustainable capacity and creativity.

Keywords


Reconstruction; Art form of thinking; Creativity; Sustainable development

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References


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.hess.1927024020140601.D123

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