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Qassam rockets are always on their minds, and the children are hyper alert for "Color Red" warnings.

Qassam rockets are always on their minds, and the children are hyper alert for "Color Red" warnings.

Visions of the future predicted by schoolchildren in 1976

Hilariously bleak visions of the future, as predicted by schoolchildren in 1976

Qassam rockets are always on their minds, and the children are hyper alert for "Color Red" warnings.

Qassam rockets are always on their minds, and the children are hyper alert for "Color Red" warnings.

Love this book by friend Cornelia Elbrecht~~Trauma Healing at the Clay Field: A Sensorimotor Art Therapy Approach

Love this book by friend Cornelia Elbrecht~~Trauma Healing at the Clay Field: A Sensorimotor Art Therapy Approach

Children's Drawings from Darfur, show an overwhelming onslaught of machine and man power. Even the animals are running

Children's Drawings from Darfur, show an overwhelming onslaught of machine and man power. Even the animals are running

Qassam rockets are always on their minds, and the children are hyper alert for "Color Red" warnings.

Qassam rockets are always on their minds, and the children are hyper alert for "Color Red" warnings.

Ella Liebermann. 16 years old. Eating and soup distribution. Bedzin’s ghetto. Poland.

Ella Liebermann. 16 years old. Eating and soup distribution. Bedzin’s ghetto. Poland.

Qassam rockets are always on their minds, and the children are hyper alert for "Color Red" warnings.  Boy's wish to catch rockets, draws proportionally long arms.

Qassam rockets are always on their minds, and the children are hyper alert for "Color Red" warnings. Boy's wish to catch rockets, draws proportionally long arms.

Page from a children's memory book written in Terezin with a picture of a lightning bolt coming down into a walled city. The book was presented as a gift to Misa Grunbaum.  The translation of the poem reads "Further and further, always further; The battle for life pierces the armor; Don't worry about thunder; To accept blows and not give in; Continuously come closer and closer." It is signed Petr Ganz.

Page from a children's memory book written in Terezin with a picture of a lightning bolt coming down into a walled city. The book was presented as a gift to Misa Grunbaum. The translation of the poem reads "Further and further, always further; The battle for life pierces the armor; Don't worry about thunder; To accept blows and not give in; Continuously come closer and closer." It is signed Petr Ganz.

Male, Age 6, Kieron Williamson. "Cornish Fishing Boat, Lighthouse, & Gulls" Acrylic 2008. Though the seagulls are not the primary subject of the painting, it was impossible to ignore this work. The seagulls in the foreground are nicely detailed and stand out from the rich, warm colors in the sky.  Kieron captures the movement of the gulls as they drift through the sky. With countless examples on his website, Kieron is keenly aware of his use of light, color, and scale.

Male, Age 6, Kieron Williamson. "Cornish Fishing Boat, Lighthouse, & Gulls" Acrylic 2008. Though the seagulls are not the primary subject of the painting, it was impossible to ignore this work. The seagulls in the foreground are nicely detailed and stand out from the rich, warm colors in the sky. Kieron captures the movement of the gulls as they drift through the sky. With countless examples on his website, Kieron is keenly aware of his use of light, color, and scale.

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