It's more fascinating than you think. It's certainly weird too, because I think more dimensions is generally thought to be better? But it's so interesting watching the multidimensional become flat, and then watching the shadows being worked in to give it an artificial dimensionality.
Then, she started playing with milk and paint. That was even cooler&#151they couldn't control the outcome at all, so they had to adjust and get even more into play and sheer creativity. The lesson here I think is to really embrace uncertainty in the artistic process.
Now I want to get out my brushes and paint and play too.