Dalí had not a normal childhood. When he grew up his aims in life were quite childish and immature, but this eccentric vision of life left us a huge and priceless production of artwork.
Salvador Dalí made paintings, sculptures and films about the dreams he had. He painted melting clocks and floating eyes, clouds that look like faces and rocks that look like bodies.
Dalí was involved with surrealism. This was an art movement where painters made dream-like scenes and showed situations that would be bizarre or impossible in real life.
Let's talk about SURREALISM!
YOUR TASK today is play this SURREALIST QUIZZ just to find out more info about the movement.
I hope you have enjoyed the Arts class today.
See you next Wednesday. Prepare your brain cause we will start producing art!