Children ages 2 to 5 have art on display in Wilson Library
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Children ages 2 to 5 are currently displaying their artwork on the fourth floor of Wilson Library, next to the Reading Room (also called the Harry Potter Room).
Some of the artwork created by the children, students of the Associated Students Child Development Center on campus, is accompanied by photos of the little artists during their creative process. Art from the older students is accompanied by personal descriptions of the pieces.
Five-year-old Miley describes her drawing this way: "This is a picture of my real woods. We were going back home and I saw a rainbow. We were only close to one tree."
Writes 4-year-old Arianna, next to her piece "Moments of Joy and Fun": "There is a house and a party is going on with cakes and cupcakes. The people are all happy. There is a kid playing outside. he is playing tag with his friends. He is happy. He is near his house."
And Kaden, 4, describes his painting this way: "It's the forest, the doom forest."
The exhibit, free for all to attend, will be open through Friday, April 27.