Pint-sized Picasso paints ceilings and walls bright red while mum looks on in horror

A miniature artist joyfully decorated her family’s kitchen while her mum watched on in dismay.

The patient parent shared photos of the abstract artistic expression her daughter made on the floor.

Using acrylic paint, the young girl sploshed a great pool of bright red onto the grey-vinyl kitchen boards.

She then cleverly used her feet to spread the paint out from the focal point, creating an intriguing pattern.

The pint-sized Pollock also took her work onto a horizontal plane, scribbling furiously on the walls.

Before intervening in the artistic process, the mum snapped a photo of her daughter hard at work.

“How is your Saturday going?” the mum asked next to photos of the mess posted on a cleaning group.

She also shared an after photo of the kitchen, which was almost miraculously restored to its former glory aside from a light pink stain.

“At least you got us all a good laugh with it! Even though it was probably not so funny walking into a room to this,” one mum said.

The young girl is, of course, not the first to have a go at wrecking their house.

In 2015 Harry Bateman beat millions of other children to be crowned Britain’s Messiest Kid.

Will and Emma, both 40, entered a photo of their beloved son to a competition to find the messiest bedroom in Britain, and the picture did Harry’s handiwork justice.

Among the lovingly-assembled chaos cuddly toys, pillows, hats, toy trucks, jigsaws, stickers, books, Lego, and plastic ‘tidy boxes’ can all be spied.