Maya is the 16-month-old daughter of Ryan and Raniece Dalton. The family that will soon have a fourth member with a second baby on the way has recently moved into a small house and the couple have recently decided to let their daughter painting 2 canvases that will be displayed in the house!
Perhaps they were joking about it, saying, "At the end, we will expose the canvases in her room ...! Hahaha!" But they were far from guessing that their little Maya would make such magnificent paintings, that they would not hesitate to display them in the living room so they can be very proud of them and of their 16-month-old daughter to have created them.
Their adorable Maya girl, ''Little Picasso'' created a beautiful abstract painting that will be used to decorate the walls of their newly purchased house!
"I wanted her to take part in decorating her space ... It was all really interesting to watch her experiment and explore and just have fun" explained Ryan
Once Maya's father showed her where the paint was and how to use the brush, nothing could stop "Little Picasso"
Despite her lack of experience in art, Maya had no problem exploring the brilliant colors of the sun on the blank canvas with her brush. What does she prefers? Mixing the colors. Said Ryan, the little girl's father.
While many may interpret the artworks of the little one as being "messy" Maya's parents think differently!
Ryan thinks "paintings turned out abstract because Maya is so young, and isn't bound to any rules.".
Honestly! Maya's paintings could be sold or displayed in a multitude of high-end art museums!
The black background and color choices are all Maya's choices!
Ryan, said in social networks that he and his wife are trying to give Maya a freer way of life, allowing her to explore and discover the world in her own way. We can all feel the eccentric side in the artworks of Maya. And when Maya's brother comes into the world, she will have a partner to create and develop her Art.
We cannot stop watching this pretty curly-haired baby who loves to paint!
We wish her much pleasure in painting ... And who knows? Maybe she will make a career out of it?