In A Child's eye: Innocence and our corrupted world

 Paintings or drawings that include aspects of color, design, or meaning that I feel truly shows the wonderfulness of innocence. However, some show hints of maturity or the becoming of an adult.

The name of this piece gives it away. "Imagine" is a great word used to describe a child's innocence. The paint and the paintings in this piece show an air of creativity, often recognized in children.
This piece I love. It's simplicity and beauty act as symbolism for a child's innocence. The sky, with fluffy white clouds, showing freedom and beauty, something not usually found in our corrupted world.
When I looked at this piece, I saw the people pictured dreaming, and their thoughts blooming as bright green plants from their mind. Something I deem as fit for symbolism for innocence.
The subdued colors, the skull, and the dull yet still beautiful flowers in my mind show maturity, adulthood, and the loss of innocence.
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