Featured Artist:

Naomi Silen, 11

Artist's Statement:

"I have always loved doing art and this time I just wanted to try it on a different type of canvas. I also love capturing different angles in my photography."

Featured Artist:

Isobel Heppner,12

 

Artist's Statement:

"I can't remember a time when I didn't like doing art, but I really started getting into painting in the past year, since Covid-19 began."

Featured Artist:

Kaitlyn Wright, age 9

 

Artist's Statement:

This is “Piggy” made out of cardboard and paper.

Featured Artist:

Mylo Wirtz, age 13

Artist's Statement: I’ve always used art as an escape, and a way to express my creativity without feeling any pressure. I draw characters from tv shows or create my own. This piece is a digital original character piece.

Featured Artist:

Simon Roth, 13

Artist's Statement: 

Drawing maps is fun because you can think up and create new places.

Featured Artist:

Julian Morris, age 8

Artist's Statement: After the Peter Pan production ended in October (I was a pirate!) I was looking for other ways to be creative. The YouTube channel “Art For Kids Hub” had lots of great tutorials that were easy to follow and now I love drawing my favourite characters from Pokémon, Among Us and Star Wars with a Sharpie and my new sketch markers! 

Featured Artist: Lacey Onchulenko, age 10

Artist's Statement: This is watercolour painting. Lacey leisurely created this during the current lockdown. She is proud of her creation.

Featured Artist:

Niila Mantis, age 9

Artist's Statement:I LOVE art. I love art because it’s so creative and makes me feel happy. When I get mad at my siblings, or I’m bored, or anything, I just draw, or paint, or colour. Art makes ME happy.

Featured Artist:

Evan Bida,15

Artist's Statement: 

"I like art. It has made me see the world in a new way. It gives me a feeling of accomplishment when my piece looks the way I imagined it.”

Featured Artist:

Mattéa Knibbs,14

Artist's Statement: 

I have always been infatuated by the beauty of art. The way someone can express themselves in different ways and have other people see it without it being explained. Sometimes art is left to the viewers interpretation and sometimes it’s more direct. My drawings often create stories in my head on how the person got there and other times it’s just a drawing. I like sharing my art to make other people happy.

Featured Artist:

Sophie Thomson, 9

Artist's Statement: 

Sophie loves creating and crafting. From drawing and painting, to sewing and crocheting, she’s always making something. She accidentally fell into the miniature sculptures when a pile of hot glue reminded her of something (a frying pan sized for a Barbie actually!) She started making other mini sculptures from hot glue and then expanded into using foam and loose parts.

Featured Artist:

Nate Smith, age 10

 

Animatronic Clay Creations. Five nights at Freddy inspired 

Featured Artist:

Katie Kovacs, age 13

Artist's Statement: I have always been interested in creating art using many different mediums. This painting doesn’t have a specific story, it’s an image that has been in my mind.

Featured Artist:

Owen Walsh, age12

 

Artist's Statement: 

Owen started drawing at a young age, it is something he does to relax and pass the time. He is often inspired by movie or video game characters, he will draw them but add his own special touches. A few years ago he started making paper figures of his favourite characters. He took part in a young entrepreneur camp one summer and sold his paper figures!  He has even decorated sugar cookies as his favourite superhero characters! 

 

 Featured Artist: 

Arya Mantis, age 7 

Artist's Statement: 

I chose this picture because i like Tinker Bell. I like how Peter Pan flies.  

 

All The Daze Productions

c/o Marcia Arpin

Thunder Bay, Ontario CANADA

 

allthedaze@gmail.com

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