Most artists will tell you that they first felt the creative itch before they could even write their own names, and that’s exactly what 3-year-old Kylan Dodd will say to his fans someday.
Kylan’s dad, Paul Dodd, is an artist himself, so you can imagine how thrilled he was when Kylan started expressing his creativity at an early age. By the time he was two years old, Kylan was meticulously arranging his toys according to color, size, and shape. Dad quickly figured out that the little one’s primary focus was achieving a sense of symmetry. From there, the child’s skill set kept expanding.

A year later, Kylan graduated from filling sheets of paper with haphazard paint splatters to creating more composed drawings with an abstract flair

A year later, Kylan graduated from filling sheets of paper with haphazard paint splatters to creating more composed drawings with an abstract flair.