Friday, June 5, 2009

Students' Work.




On important events like Father's Day and Mother's Day, students usually express their feeling by drawing some pictures which are later being displayed on public places such as on a supermarket walls. Those drawings then are grouped based on students' age. In the photos above they were being shown on an empty wall space at the mall. The place itself at that time was waiting for the next tennant. 
Have a nice and peaceful weekend :).

Yuri Chan : Otoosan, arigatou (Thank you, Father)
Hiro San   : :)

14 comments:

Fadhli said...

Wow, I am not surprised if Japan is father of comics.

brattcat said...

Love these drawings. Thank you, Henny, for your regular visits and kind words. You have a great weekend, too.

Eki Qushay Akhwan said...

These pictures make me smile, Henny ... Art at its purest form: children's paintings.

JM said...

All drawings are so cool! Love them all! :-)
Have a nice weekend too!

Babzy said...

Great drawings , i love them !

Delilah + Jack said...

That is such a nice idea!!!I love artwork by kids, I think it reveals so much about how they view the world...often times paying particular attention to weird details that the adult eye would entirely overlook.

Henny send me your address and I will send a postcard from Istanbul!!! Thanks for the comments :)

my email is hmacleod@uoguelph.ca

-Delilah

Martha said...

I saw you on my followers list - sure wish you'd add this beautiful entry to the Color Carnival for this week! Just leave the link in the comment section if you'd like to play :-)

moses said...

The students' are very artistic...The first top work makes me laugh:))

Have a splendid weekend.

ROSIDAH said...

What a beautiful post dedicated to Father's Day and Mother's Day! Children's creations are priceless. Have a wonderful weekend, Henny :)

Vogon Poet said...

I am just spending some time in my old elementary school (Election Day) and the drawings and the images of the students are almost the same here, displayed exactly in the same way.
Have a nice weekend...

Martha said...

Nope, you're not to late! I'm just now getting ready to put the featured photos together for the next entry. Be sure to stop by later if you can to see and to visit the linking list :-)

Christopher Raun Leth said...

That's a splendid idea to hang the drawings in a public place. In Denmark they'll be displayed at the school or on the parents refrigerator, but seldom in such a public place.

Martha said...

So precious, visiting for the Color Carnival, thank you!

Oz Girl said...

Such a wonderful idea to hang their artwork in public places... I love them all. Perfectly colorful for Martha's Color Carnival! :)