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The Youngest Professional Painter In The World

Aelita Andre, the youngest professional artist in the world, is an Australian born lass of Russian heritage. Born in

Aelita Andre, the youngest professional artist in the world, is an Australian born lass of Russian heritage. Born in 2007, she first began to paint professionally, from nine months old when her amazing acrylic-on-canvas paintings were included in her solo exhibition in Australia when she was two. Aelita’s paintings embody the rich expressive artistic impulses that the fathers of modern art such as Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee drew upon about a century ago, setting the pace for the entire abstract art movement.

With Aelita, it is as if art creation itself in all its essence and purity is being returned to the source from where it originally derived. Picasso acknowledged the creative genius in the purity of a child and its ability to be visually brazen and bold as demonstrated by Aelita in her works.

“What might be taken for a precocious genius is the genius of childhood. When the child grows up, it disappears without a trace. It may happen that this boy will become a real painter someday, or even a great painter. But then he will have to begin everything again, from zero.” -Pablo Picasso

Aelita Andre’s work sets her apart and far from the conformity and convention of western art. She creates art works that are stunning in their vivacity and originality. Indeed, a child is the true modern artist. They are pure in their application and motivation and are free and unhindered in their expressions.

Aelita’s parents first realised Aelita had a natural talent for painting by chance when Aelita was only an infant. Her father Michael recalls, “Before Aelita was born I had dabbled in painting on and off as a pastime. I laid the canvas down in the family room and was about to begin painting when Aelita, still a tiny infant, crawled onto the canvas and without hesitation began squeezing the tubes of paint and delightfully yelling and laughing, smearing and dabbing paint across the canvas. It was instantly evident she loved her newfound activity and the effect she was creating, smiling and joyously babbling the way an infant does. Her eyes glanced from one point to another absorbed in the act of painting with sheer pleasure.”

Her father stood up and looked at her painting and was instantly struck by the beauty of his daughter’s work. “She had created an extraordinarily beautiful painting – a genuine work of art – the work of a mature abstract artist. The painting was innocent and liberated yet mature and masterly in its execution and effect.”Aelita Andre had hit on something fully formed, a style that has developed and continues to evolve to this day.

In her paintings,Aelita is not confined. She is not concerned with representation or figuration. Her works stem from the purity of a child expression in play. She started playing with colours since she was only two months and over the years, she continues her free-spirited form, creating broadly what comes to mind. Some of her works may imply intents, employing found objects but they are blissfully contumacious. Aelita is extremely lavish with colours, and uses textures, shapes and lines as expressive ingredients in the process of her creation. Heavy splashes, bubbles and drips intrigue her experimental mind and she finds the infinite dazzling variations of the interplay of colour immensely exciting. Every stroke, smear and splash is the indelible signature of innocence – the subconscious mind ‘writing’ its own existence – in the moment – onto a canvas using paint and found objects.

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Today Aelita Andre is an internationally recognized artist whose solo exhibition at Agora Gallery, New York, in 2011 sold out in seven days. Created with the joy and free spiritedness of her youth, her expressively colourful abstracts are remarkable evidence of her spontaneous intuitive impulses. Intention and message are at their most abstract in her art. Her art has been described as wildly imaginative eruptions of colour in a kaleidoscopic phantasmagoria of paint and found objects.

At an age when kid’s art only gets as far as the refrigerator door, Aelita Andre is showing hers in galleries – and drawing raves from the international art community for her work.

In November of 2013, when Aelita was only six, she painted live in front of 20,000 people in the LDS Concert Hall in Salt Lake City, Utah. She loved the audience attention and created an amazing painting attaching a violin to the canvas which she played while it was glued to the painting.

In February/March 2014 Aelita staged a solo exhibition in the prestigious Yan Gallery in Hong Kong and also at the Asia Art Fair in Hong Kong.

Aelita had been invited to participate in the Italian Biennale staged at Chiancano in Italy in 2015 and had also exhibited in Kings Road’s Gagliardi Gallery in London and in Japan.

This year, Aelita’s works were exhibited at the Russia Academy of Fine arts Museum in St Petersburg, Russia.

“The word ‘prodigy’ doesn’t get loosely used in the art world, and from very early on, Aelita has been compared to the likes of Jackson Pollock and others from the world of abstract expressionism and surrealist art,” said Peter Gagliardi of Gagliardi Galleryof London.

Her works have fetched up to $50,000 but she’s set on loftier goals than making money. Her dream is to save nature, and to travel to space, and to be a palaeontologist and a scientist. She has asked her mother not to cook meat in the house because she didn’t want to see animals hurt. Such is the heart of this fine young artist and aside from the prolific painter that she is, Aelita leads avery normal life for a girl her age. She loves playing the piano, violin, singing and learning drums. She also loves ballet and rhythmic gymnastics and goes out with her friends.

We’ll be seeing more of Aelita Andre’s achievements for sure. At this tender age and being so talented and mature in her thoughts, this lass is bound to have more for the world to enjoy.

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Be prepared at the beach with these helpful gadgets



Be prepared at the beach with these helpful gadgets that make your life easier and more enjoyable.

Worry-Free Jamming
ECOXPRO Waterproof Case

This durable waterproof case for smart phones also doubles as a speaker. Not to mention, has pockets to store credit cards, license, etc. The ECOXPRO is a useful gadget to jam out to on the beach OR float next to you in the water while protecting your phone from the elements.

Sand-free Dream
CGear Sand-Free Tote

This is every person’s dream at the beach…
Are you ready for it?
A sand-free bag for the beach! Are you tired of having sand everywhere or worried about it ruin your phone, in the lunch you brought, getting all over your car, or in your house? Also, it is durable with extra-strength straps for cans of soda or beer *wink* and an ocean-themed pattern which is aesthetically pleasing.

Well isn’t this S’well

S’well Textiles Collection Water Bottle

Stay hydrated, look cool, and help others all in one water bottle by S’well. S’well water bottles have absolutely beautiful hand-painted pastel marble designs AND the best part is when you buy a S’well bottle, some of the proceeds go to helping provide clean water and sanitation to communities in-need in Africa. Also, if it couldn’t get any better, a S’well bottle keeps a beverage cold for up to 24 hours.

Pimped out Goggles
Liquid Image Model 305 Hydra Series HD 720P

This high-tech dive mask has an HD camcorder to shoot wide-angle footage in high definition with audio, can capture still images, continuous shots, and waterproof 130 ft under. Take the plunge with the liquid image model 305 Series HD 720P.

Battery Low?!
WakaWaka Charger

Do you get anxiety when your phone battery gets low? The WakaWaka charger is compact and light to solar charge your phone to full charge in two hours. The key is to make sure the WakaWaka Charger soaks in sun rays to solar panel or charge with a USB before going out. It also comes with a beacon light for emergencies. But the best part is that for every WakaWaka Charger you buy, another is sent to a family in-need in the Philippines.

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Vacay Reads

What’s better than your feet in the sand, a refreshing drink by your side, and a good book to read? Here are our top picks for

What’s better than your feet in the sand, a refreshing drink by your side, and a good book to read? Here are our top picks for vacation reads for the beach, mountains, or wherever you may journey. There are different themes for all: whether you are in a light-hearted chick flick mood, an intense on-the-edge of your seat thriller, a child-told fantasy book, or an emotional book about internal struggles of living in this chaotic world. Read on to find out which book grabs your attention the most for a great holiday read.

The Rumor
By Elin Hilderbrand
Are you looking for a laid-back beach read? If chick flicks are your guilty pleasure movies, then try The Rumor a book about two best friends, Madeline and Grace who go on double dates for the summer drinking cocktails at sunset, but a rumor arises and changes everything. The rumor snow balls and the question is… will their friendship ever be the same?

Girl on the Train
By Paula Hawkins
Girl on the Train is a psycho thriller that will make you question the lives of others.
Rachel has recently gone through a loss and one way she copes is seeing the happiness in a suburban house that she passes on her morning commute. She only has about a minute to glance at the loving family before her train moves on but she is content.
Something drastically changes when Rachel witnesses something in that small moment of time and wonders if she should tell the police what she saw. From then on she is immersed and may be hindering rather than helping.
Girl on the Train is a thriller you won’t want to put down.

By Emma Donoghue
Room is a place of love and comfort for Jack, but for his ma, it’s prison; a place she has been trapped for seven years by Old Nick. With Ma’s strong urge for Jack to live a better life, she concocts a plan to escape. But did Ma think about what happens after they do escape and what other world is out there?
Room is a brilliant book of fear, resilience, and bond. Did we mention, the book is told from the perspective of five year old Jack.

Where are you Bernadette
By Maria Semple
Bernadette is bold, blunt, and outspoken. She’s a revolutionary architect and mother/best friend to fifteen year old Bee.
They live in Seattle and the people and atmosphere has become too much for Bernadette and overtime has developed agoraphobia. However, Bernadette had promised Bee a trip to Antarctica if she received an “A” on her report card and as a matter of fact, Bee did, but Bernadette has disappeared.
Bee goes on a search for her mom and has to face the world head on.

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There are tons of talented singers in this world, but did you know that some singers have written top hits for other famous artists?

There are tons of talented singers in this world, but did you know that some singers have written top hits for other famous artists? Not all singers are songwriters, but Sia is an extraordinarily talented singer AND songwriter who is known for her incredible voice and mysteriously hidden face has written top hits for other artists. Be surprised and check out the list of songs below Sia has written from vulnerable lyrics to vocally challenging and catchy choruses.

Top Songs Sia Wrote:

“Expertease (Ready, Set, Go)” by Jennifer Lopez

“Opportunity” by Quvenzhané Wallis

“Diamonds” by Rihanna

“Making the Most of the Night” by Carly Rae Jepsen

“Chasing Shadows” by Shakira

“Get Over U” by Neon Hitch

“Blank Page” by Christina Aguilera

“Brightest Morning Star” by Britney Spears

“My Heart Is Open” by Maroon 5 featuring Gwen Stefani

“Double Rainbow” by Katy Perry

“Kiss Me Once” by Kylie Minogue

“Battlefield” by Lea Michele

“Boy Problems” by Carly Rae Jepsen

“Perfume” by Britney Spears

“Pretty Hurts” by Beyoncé

More Songs Written by Sia:

– “Godzillionaire” by Brooke Candy

– “Guitars and Microphones” by Kate Pierson

– “We Are One (Ole Ola)” by Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez and Claudia Leitte

– “Pop Rock” by Brooke Candy

– “Matrix” by Kate Pierson

– “Acid Rain” by Alexis Jordan

– “Any Day Now” by Cheyenne Jackson

– “I Will Get Over You” by Prischilla Ahn

– “These Hands I Hold” by Bo Bruce

– “Gentlemen” by Jessica Sanchez

– “Crush Me With Your Love” by Kate Pierson

– “Bound to You” by Christina Aguilera

– “God Made You Beautiful” by Beyoncé

– “She’s Pretty, She Lies” by Cheyenne Jackson

– “Freeze You Out” by Marina Kaye

– “Rise Up” by Beyoncé

– “Knock You Out” by Bingo Players

– “Don’t Look at Me” by Cheyenne Jackson

– “Kill, F—k, Marry” by Nikki Williams

– “Rock Bottom” by Marco Mengoni

– “Unite” by Jessie J

– “Bottoms Up” by Kate Pierson

– “Stronger Than Ever” by Christina Aguilera

– “You’re Mine” by Lea Michele

– “Opulence” by Brooke Candy

– “Mister Sister” by Kate Pierson

– “Break the Walls” by Fitz and the Tantrums

– “Strange Birds” by Birdy

– “Radioactive” by Rita Ora

– “Round Your Little Finger” by Katharine McPhee

– “Tears Fall” by Jacquie Lee

– “Breathe” by Jessie J

– “Firecracker” by Cheryl

– “You Don’t Know” by Will Young

– “The Game” by Kelly Rowland

– “You Lost Me” by Christina Aguilera

– “Bring Your Arms” by Kate Pierson

– “Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)” by Ne-Yo

– “All I Need” by Christina Aguilera

– “Green Card” by Oh Land

– “Standing on the Sun” by Beyoncé

– “Invincible” by Kelly Clarkson

– “Loved Me Back to Life” by Celine Dion

– “Utopia” by Belinda

– “Time Wave Zero” by Kate Pierson

– “Flashlight” by Jessie J

– “Cannonball” by Lea Michele

– “Who Am I?” Jamie Foxx, Cameron Diaz and Quvenzhané Wallis

– “I Am” by Christina Aguilera

– “If You Say So” by Lea Michele

– “Let Your Tears Fall” by Kelly Clarkson

– “I Am Me” by Willow

– “The City’s Yours” by Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhané Wallis

– “Try Everything” by Shakira

– “Passenger” by Britney Spears

– “Pulls You Under” by Kate Pierson

– “Sexercise” by Kylie Minogue

– “Throw Down the Roses” by Kate Pierson

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