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The Artist & His Art Romero Britto is an artist whose art is inspired by both his positive and hopeful view of life, as well as his desire to see the world become a happier place. Britto was born in … Continue reading


The Artist & His Art Born in Livorno, Italy, in 1884, Amedeo Clemente Modigliani was an Italian Jewish painter and sculptor, although most of his works were created while he was in France. He is best known for modern style … Continue reading


The Artist & His Art Known as one of the most prominent Jewish artists, Chagall was born in Vitebsk, Byelorussia, to a poor, Jewish-Hassidic family. Much of Chagall’s art was influenced by early 20th Century French painting, and demonstrated a … Continue reading


World Watercolor Month was founded by Charlie O’Shields of Doodlewash®, a website he started in 2015, which is dedicated to the sharing of daily ink/watercolor illustrations and stories, as well as the featuring of talented artists worldwide. Doodlewash was born … Continue reading


The Artist & His Art M.C. Escher was a Dutch graphic artist born in 1898 in the Netherlands. His professional work consisted of  woodcuts, mezzotints, and lithographs. Likely most of us have come across Escher’s work, whether we know it or … Continue reading


The Artist & His Art Jim Dine is an influential American artist who’s work was introduced to the art world in the early 1960’s.  Dine is best-known for at least two visual forms:  works that make use of various media, … Continue reading


If you’ve done business with us before, or if you’ve read some of the pages on our site, you may have picked up on our mission statement: Kids Kreations is about outstanding products and service and a model that truly … Continue reading


Hi there! Welcome to our new site! Over the last couple of years, in addition to the business-as-usual that we love, all of us at Kids Kreations have been busy bettering our operations to meet current and future eCommerce and … Continue reading