Small Pieces of Art Created by 51 Children

“What do you see when you look around? The bulk of skyscrapers? A park where parents take their children to play? Maybe your “neighborhood” is composed of farms raising crops. The view from your front window could be of the ocean or a mountain. When children are asked to look at their world and render what they see in artwork, the results can be surprising, humouristic and even humble. In the hands of students, the vision of a neighborhood can become a portrait of the state bird, a still life of apples in autumn, or a starry night on a mystical sailboat. Art is a form of expression in which everyone can participate, a way to express the sense of self, and a sense of one’s place in the world. State of Art features the work of 51 children, one of each state and the District of Columbia, who answered a call to create from VSA and CVS Caremark All kids Can. The children were invited to think about what makes their community unique and depict their environments. The students used photography, finger paint, collage, ceramics, and computers to capture the diverse, creative lenses through which they view their world.” CVS Caremark All Kids Can™ The world can be beautiful and people can be creative even under not such favoring circumstances. The following showcase is about care, love and innocence. We want to enlarge the views of the world towards people with disabilities, and especially children. This is a tribute to their work and ambition.

My Mountain Dream

Tree House

My House in the Woods

My House in the Woods author: Chad – age 9


Fourth of July

Ryan’s Pumkin Patch

Ryan author: Ryan – age 5

Tree of Knowledge

My Florida Flamingo

My Florida Flamingo author: Jack – age 6

Mixed Media

Surfboard Fence

Surfboard Fence author: Kiana – age 8

Sea Turtle


My Milk

Around and Around We Go

Lazy Dog

The Artist in His Studio

Fantastic Feline

Map of the Cleary Lake

My Cherry Blossom Picnic

My Cherry Blossom Picnic author: Vallye


Boat Ride

Sunset on Cattails by the River

Sunset on Cattails by the River author: Yuri – age 12

Birch Tree Landscape

Birch Tree Landscape author: Alex – age 8

Winter Tree

NYC Skyline

Nature’s Gift

Adrian’s Stuff

Sciccortail Redbud

November Skies



The Enchanted Forest

The Enchanted Forest author: Jalyn – age 7

Song Sparrow at Dawn

Song Sparrow at Dawn author: Anna – age 13


Deer author: Cody – age 12

Wyoming Wind

Wyoming Wind author: Mary – age 8


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2 Responses:

  1. Eleni says:

    That’s really amazing! Some of the drawings are so good you can’t tell they are from so young children!

    ( 2 years and 3141 days ago )
  2. Chwoey says:

    I agree Eleni! Some of these pieces look amazing! I’m shocked by how good they are.

    ( 2 years and 3071 days ago )