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The gifts that kids bring to us through their art. They have so much creativity. It is good for children to make art because in their it shows us how they see how the world or things are them. Children put a lot of their time and a lot of emotion into their art because it means something to them. The signs that they put into their artwork such as things, people and objects are put into their art because it means something to them. It sort of like their are telling us how they feel. The draw the experiences that they have. They feel freedom and peace when they make their artwork. They also use their imagination. Children has so much skills in their life that affect them in accent. They care about so many things in the world. It is a good thing that we have a choice in the matter that the children have minds that use the imagination and creativity to do art. There is a lot in mind to say about children and their art that I want to learn a lot about children’s art and visual culture. Children usually give their artwork to their family members and friends that they care deeply for. Children’s art is a very good program and a great development that the children to have in their life. They give you the art not to sell but keep it because they made it for you and your family, or your friends not a complete stranger they don’t know. Fineberg stated that children’s art has “humorous eccentricity in observing human nature, while at the same time playing with the form and materials in dialogue with the subjects, is at the heart Klee’s mature genius as an artist,” (Fineberg, Jonathan David., and Rudolf Arnheim. When We Were Young: New Perspectives on the Art of the Child. University of California Press, 2006,8). Fineberg stated that we should use “cautions us against the reductive approach to child’s art, found in much literature, which looks at it as if every child were the same” (Fineberg, When We Were Young, 13). The questions I have are: How do children think about their parents selling their artwork for money and showing the world what they make just for them? How do we affect children’s art? I think that the children who love to do art will make a difference in this incredible world that we live in today. I wonder what it will be like if I was a kid again. I think that it will lead to obvious measures we look at today in children’s art. How many people are connected to children’s art? Has it affected you and your family when looking at the children’s art? Fineberg, Jonathan David., and Rudolf Arnheim. When We Were Young: New Perspectives on the Art of the Child. University of California Press, 2006