There are galleries devoted to children's drawings:
- NaturalChild.org's Global Children's Art Gallery
- Google: one, two, three
- Flickr's "Kids drawings" group (and)
- Paintings based on children's drawings
- Kid depictions of the September 11th, 2001 World Trade Center attacks
- Irritatingly coherent children's drawings from the Spanish Civil War
- Even children's drawings of wartime atrocities in Darfur
- A paper (without pictures) about psychology, interpreting drawings and how children use drawings as expression
- Psychology resource: The stages by which drawing develops in children (from a design website).
I have been collecting Lana's drawings. Now that she is five years old and attending kindergarten, it's fun to look back on her progress.
|A cookie, a candy cane and a lot of goodies (with nuts)|
|A mermaid with an octopus and a starfish|
|Duckling on a moving chair (motion lines) watching a camera|
|Crocodile with numbers|
|A sheep (tail wagging with motion lines) or a goat without horns (a big cow took its horns)|
|Baby with sign language for "baby"|
|A cat with a big rainbow|
|A rose, blue bell, dandelion with rainbow, clouds and sun|
|A dolphin with bubbles and seaweed|
In fact, I think I will slowly put up a drawing or two (or two hundred) and show them off to the world. The internet has just become my refrigerator.