Monday, 2 May 2016

kids doodle




The ones who know me, know how much I love kids drawings and paintings. They have this care free way to put down on paper what they feel, see, dream... They don't think too much about how exactly to draw a certain thing- they just do it.
I used to draw a lot when I was a kid- actually up into my early thirties. In the last years I found less and less time for it.

The other day Helen showed me the above doodle she made in kindergarten- apparently she drew it with one of her friends in team work. I love the many small details, the way they covered the whole page.

There are drawings that are so complex I need to get explanations- and I enjoy the stories they tell about their art. Like a small window to their inner world, their thoughts.



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