Kindergarten artists looked at the book "Flashlight," by Liza Boyd (a Vermont Artist!). They took themselves on an imaginary outdoor nighttime adventure. These paintings show what they saw.
My picture is the night when there are a lot of stars and I see a pile of gold. There’s a big golden finger cloud on top of me and it’s shooting out a claw.
This is gold around the trails and this is a flower and there are clouds and there is a star.
I am in India and I see a rainbow grasshopper with a bird.
My picture is all about Night. I always see the stars making an animal or a shape. They are making a porcupine. There are stars and a moon.
I am out searching for animals and I see my dog Tess.
Mine is about a big giant monster with a porcupine and some rocks.
I see a rainbow in the sky. I see snow. I see a golden rock.
This is gold on top of a spider. I am making a rainbow.
It is a picture of a deer and a bear and me shining my flashlight on the moon and five stars and two trees.
I see a white-tailed deer and a lake that’s golden.
I am going to draw a person and my cat and my mom and my sister.
A boy was going to a place at nighttime and on his walk there he shined his flashlight on a bear and he saw some fish and a diver.
It is the sky. There are stars and moons.
All of this is about animals technically, like bears, dogs and any animals in the world. I made a meteor.
It is about porcupines. They are getting some food.
This is a white-tailed deer and this is my flashlight and this is me.
DylanThis is a storm and this is my costume. I am a wolverine.