Earth Movement Kids Art Previews Round 3

kids art by Nakai (age 8) with Amy del Castillo and DSKI-one

“Grody Fett” by Nakai (age 8 ) with Amy del Castillo and DSKI-one

The theme of EARTH MOVEMENT is nature’s powerful forces: sometimes awesome and sometimes devastating. When inviting artists to participate in the show, we asked:

There are many ways the earth moves: it spins, it shines, it shakes, it quakes… How does the earth move YOU?

Considering that our show takes place during the first anniversary of the tragic 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, many of our young artists had monsters on the brain. Here are six interpretations of Mother Nature’s nasty side in paint, pencil, plastic and print.

The kids art show, EARTH MOVEMENT, opens at Kokoro Studio in San Francisco this Thursday, March 1st. Find out everything about the show here. Previously previewed: Round 1 and Round 2.

kids art  by Sammi (age 13) with 64Colors

“I am the Earth” by Sammi (age 13) with 64Colors

"Untitled/The Hand that Feeds" by Luke and Kim Chueh

“Untitled/The Hand that Feeds” by Luke and Kim Chueh

kids art by Leo Rauf (age 12)

“Subterror” by Leo Rauf (age 12)

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"Sometimes Earth Can Be a Monster" by Elsa Pearl (age 2) and Kevin Herdeman

“Sometimes Earth Can Be a Monster” by Elsa Pearl (age 2) and Kevin Herdeman

Hedorah quartet by Timothy Dale (age 4), Kathryn Dale (age 11) and Ethan Dale (age 13) with Valleydweller

Hedorah quartet by Timothy (age 4), Kathryn (age 11) and Ethan (age 13) with Valleydweller