For the Love of Art

Theatrical Release: April 1, 2003
DVD Release: April 1, 2003
For the Love of Art
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Synopsis

The world’s greatest classical music and fine art from the Masters converge on “For the Love of Art,” a one-of-a-kind educational video designed to stimulate your child’s creative learning capabilities. Paintings come alive in time to a fully orchestrated score that includes Mozart and Beethoven, allowing children to experience rhythms, textures and patterns in the art and music. With stunning visual effects and live footage, “For the Love of Art” welcomes viewers of any age to a celebration of the humanities.

Dove Review

This video combines stimulating classical music, beautiful and colorful paintings, and simple shapes to create a smooth step-by-step connection between the three. This video provides children with an extensive amount of culture and stimulation at such an early age. It provides the viewer with the opportunity to explore their own imagination and opens a window into the imaginations of the artists. With each stroke of the brush, a new masterpiece takes shape and your senses are engulfed by beautiful color and sound. Movement, sound, color, and culture come together to create a stimulating and enjoyable masterpiece. This video also provides the viewer with the opportunity to see other kids making use of their creativity. This video was very well put together and it provided me with a chance to enjoy both art and music at the same time.

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Info

Company: Baby Laureate
Writer: Monica Gibson and Heather Maclean
Producer: Baby Laureate
Genre: Children
Runtime: 30 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Kd Lukens