Children’s Art around the World

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    Through paintings, drawings, and collages, more than 2,600 young Latter-day Saint artists from around the world shared their thoughts on family for the first international children’s art exhibit sponsored earlier this year by the Museum of Church History and Art, Salt Lake City.

    “The pictures, created by children ages five through eleven, celebrate the importance of families,” said museum educator Jenny Lund, who helped organize the exhibit. “Through their art, they express their faith in God, their love for their families, their insight, and their creativity.”

    Of the 2,600 pieces submitted, three hundred were selected for the four-month-long exhibit. A sampling of these works appears on these pages and on the inside back cover.

    My Family

    My Family, Midori Kobayashi, 5, Guma-ken, Japan

    Village Summer

    Village Summer, Yura Diyakov, 8, St. Petersburg, Russia

    Feeding the Birds

    Feeding the Birds, Masha Makarova, 8, St. Petersburg, Russia

    Family Prayer

    Family Prayer, Ana Paula Marquez, 11, Chubut, Argentina

    The Temple

    The Temple, David Falabella Sánchez, 8, Costa Rica

    Playing Outside

    Playing Outside, Yakobu Hirabayashi, 5, Gunma-ken, Japan

    Going to the Market

    Going to the Market, Ivan Ramírez Godínez, 8, Guatemala City, Guatemala

    In the Country

    In the Country, Mariela Monterroso G., 9, Costa Rica

    Birthday Celebration

    Birthday Celebration, Nakabe Maya, 6, Tokyo, Japan

    Visiting the Temple

    Visiting the Temple, Manuela Capuano, 11, Switzerland

    Family Picnic

    Family Picnic, Rebeca Delgado Campas, 11, Costa Rica

    Family Vacation

    Family Vacation, Karla Barrera, 11, Costa Rica

    Self-Portrait

    Self-Portrait, Seita Ishio, 10, Tokyo, Japan

    My Clean Room

    My Clean Room, Sarah-Marie Wettstein, 7, Geneva, Switzerland

    Helping in the Home

    Helping in the Home, Asti Dewi Sri, 11, West Solo, Indonesia

    Family History

    Family History, Dessin de Redon, 9, St. Trono, France