An online exhibit of art by young artists from around the world celebrating

Our Amazing World

 

The theme of the exhibit is Our Amazing World and entries were open to artists between 5 and 17 years old.

Below are the entries, grouped by age. I love this celebration of art, young artists, and our amazing world! Kudos to all the artists who participated!

Here are the creative and inspiring entries for Our Amazing World. Enjoy!

 

Serena, age 5, Italy
Waterfall & Butterflies, 30 x 21 cm, pastels

 

 

Pietro, age 5, Italy
30 x 21 cm, markers 

 

 

Alivia, age 5, USA
Awesome Universe, 10 x 15 in, watercolors

 

Hannah, age 5, USA
Rainbow World, 10 x 7.5 in, drawing on scratching paper
"Heart clouds, heart balloon, rainbow tree and my parents. She is showing how her world is a fun and happy place for her."

 

Alyssa, age 5, USA
Under Water Adventure, 10 x 15 in, watercolors

 

Cameron, age 5, USA
The Shark, 8.5 x 11 in, colored pencil
“Cameron enjoys studying shark pictures which inspired him to draw this.”

 

 

Dana, age 6, USA
Amazing Nature Sprinkler, 14 x 17 in, watercolor and collage
"Beauty of the backyard world. A cottage backyard with tree-house, and sprinkler. The sprinkler is showering nature - butterflies, dragonflies, and birds."

 

Paityn Clark, age 6, USA
World of Flowers, 10 x 15 in, watercolors

 

 

Matilde, age 6, Italy
40 x 28 cm, watercolors

 

 

Emma, age 7, Italy
The Elephant and the Mouse, 30 x 21 cm, color pencils
"Even the smallest can help the strongest."

 

 

Kate, age 7, USA
Cherry Tree, 14 x 17 in, watercolor and cardboard collage
"The cherry tree represents spring and happiness."

 

 

Bailey, age 7, USA
Fox In The Woods, 8.5 x 11 in, colored pencils
"This is a picture of a fox looking for food. This was chosen because Bailey loves foxes and it represents the beauty of nature."

 

 

Bella, age 7, USA
Colors, 9 x 12 in, watercolors
"I love the colors of fall. Trees remind me of my mom because she loves fall."

 

 

Bona, age 8, USA
Interconnected World, 16 x 12 in, acrylic painting
"The world, interconnected by shapes, and colors, to show that that the combination of interconnected shapes, and palette of colors is what makes the natural world amazing."

 

 

Olympia, age 8, Italy
3 x 20 cm, watercolor pencils

 

 

Angeline, age 9, USA
Clam, 11 x 14 in, acrylic painting
"This is a pearl in the clam and after seeing a painting with turtles, then I thought about the clam."

 

 

Jack, age 9, USA
The Hawk, 8.5 x 11 in, color pencils
"It represents power in the food chain. Jack learned how to draw a hawk in art at school and wanted to draw it for the contest."

 

 

Lexi, age: 9, USA
9 x 11 in, pen on paper
"I wanted to do this because it really inspired me and it’s fun and creative."

 

 

Uihyun, age 9, USA
Beach, 16 x 20 in, canvas, clay, oil paint
"He had a good memory about the beach and tried to express clean and wavy water."

 

Gina, age 9, USA
Amazing World, 8 × 14 cm, graphite pencil
"Gina has chosen this art because there are rules of wonderful nature, including sea and land animals on earth."

 

Pablo, age 10, France
Pencils World, 29.7 x 29.7 cm, Posca felt

 

 

Izabela, age 10, USA
Florida Beach Sunset, 12 x 9 in, pastel
"I love going to Florida every year.  The beaches, the palm trees and the sunsets are amazing!"

 

 

James, age 10, USA
Beautiful  Big Bang, 20 x 16 in, acrylic painting, collage(clay on canvas)
"I chose this subject because a few days ago I had watched a movie called 'Interstellar,', which is about space. That movie inspired me to paint this kind of artwork."

 

 

Seeun, age 11, USA
Spring Waterfall, 14 x 17 in, color pencils, water color paint, acrylic paint
"This represents the amazing nature that the earth gave us. I choose this subject because I believe that there is parts of nature that are still untouched and we should enjoy it."

 

 

Kathryn, age 11, USA
Owl, 18 x 24 in, Charcoal and Pastel drawing on paper

 

 

Emma, age 11, USA
Flower Ball, 14 x 17 in, pencil and watercolor pencils
"It represents flowers in a regal gathering, which is surprising because a simple thing is not normally found in sophistication. To represent how contrast happens in the world."

 

 

Ui, age 11, USA
Space and Sky, 16 x 20 in, canvas, clay, gel, oil paint
"He would like to express the quiet and peaceful space and sky."

 

 

Donna, age 12, USA
Day N Night, 11 x 16 in, poster color and acrylic paint
"This picture represents a view of landscape in day and night and how it shows differently but amazingly. Beautiful both ways."

 

 

Kyongryoon, age 14, USA
Inside the Mind of my World, 17 x 14 in, colored pencils, oil pastels, and watercolor
"I chose this subject because it shows the beauty of the world in many frames but all in one picture."

 

 

Jewel, age 15, USA
We Haven't Lost Hope, 18 x 24 in, canvas with acrylics, paper mache, and pencils
"The meaning behind this piece is that even through your hardest times, hope still blossoms. The darker background represents the dreariness of how life can sometimes be. The heart portrays the human. The flower symbolizes hope and how it flourishes. I chose this piece because I am very proud of it, the concept and the techniques used in the piece."

 

 

Candace, age 15, USA
Four Seasons, 16 x 20 in, acrylic and magazine (mixed media)
"This piece represents the four seasons that the Earth goes through. I made this because it shows the beauty of the world."

 

 

Izabelle, age 15, USA
Symbiotic, 11 x 14 in, Sharpie and watercolor pencils
"This piece represents the symbiotic relationship with animals and nature; between foliage and the clock of the sun and moon. I have had a fascination with the night and the animals that stalk the dark. The sunset is the dawn of the night and begins the life of the sleeping sun."

 

 

Julia, age 16, USA
Rockin' Earth, 20 x 16 in, charcoal, acrylics, watercolor
"Our Earth is truly an amazing place that is connected to the universe. My work shows the meteors from the universe shaping and connecting to Earth."

 

 

Christine, age 16, USA
With Nature, 10 x 12, watercolor, colored pencils, pen
"What is so amazing about our world is that we are able to communicate and interact with nature. Nature itself is amazing, but our interactions with it can also be. That is what's depicted in this artwork."

 

 

Alishia, age 16, USA
Table for Two, 16 x 20 in, acrylic
"This piece was inspired by the low hanging trees in Florida. During a trip there the trees looked welcoming in the humid weather and the seclusion in its branches inviting. This gave way to the image of a romantic hideaway perfectly framed by the scenery itself. There was just something so magical about the idea that it lingered even after the trip until it was finally put onto a canvas."

 

 

Naira, age 17, USA
Across the Bay, watercolor
"This is a watercolor painting of Dugualla Bay. I wanted to paint this landscape because this view takes my breath away every day. This sight convinced me that Whidbey Island must be one of the most beautiful places in the world."