Kieron Williamson Paintings
August 13, 2010 by staff
Kieron Williamson Paintings, It is only 8 years since yesterday, but Kieron Williamson has already produced watercolors worthy of gallery walls. The impressionist style painting prodigy British earned him the nickname “Mini-Monet” – and hundreds of thousands of dollars in a surprisingly short time.
Thirty minutes, to be precise. That’s all the time it took for all 33 of the painting, he displayed last weekend in an art gallery in her hometown of Holt in England to sell to collectors worldwide. Its distance from: £ 150,000, or approximately $ 236,000.
Up to 5 years, Williamson was not different from other boys his age. He loved swimming, fishing, and computer games, and his artistic talent extended beyond the dye in dinosaurs prepared for him by his parents, Keith, 44, and Michelle, 37.
Then inspiration struck him suddenly on a family holiday in Cornwall in 2008. Inspired by landscapes, Williamson asked his parents for a piece of paper so he can draw what he saw.
“First images that had been what every 5-years would,” said Michelle NBC News. “It was time, and the level of concentration he has in the end, what is the turning point. It was like a switch. We never thought it would continue to draw after holidays. It comes from the improvement. ”
His family soon enrolled him in art classes, where his teachers praised his technique, saying his work has shown the shade, perspective and reflections of a master.
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