Ivy Academy’s lead teacher Lisa Perdomenico describes her student’s art work
Antares Cheng, 6, Hong Kong (above)
Antares is a big fan of still life and gravitates towards painting the natural world. He calls this masterpiece “All the Flowers.”
Leyla Selby, 3, Canada
Leyla was truly inspired by rainbows and butterflies.
Gia Clarke, 4, US
Gia channeled Georgia O’Keefe while painting this big bold flower.
Francesca Ren, 6, China
Francesca buries treasures and surprises into her masterpieces. Not only is this piece of work an actual clock, but also if you look closely you will see the Eiffel Tower and out of this world moons and stars.
Evan Hsu, 6, US
Evan combined his artistic skills with scientific know how while creating his masterpiece.
Merick Zhu, 5, China
Merick drew inspiration from Salvador Dali when painting this picture entitled “I Love My House."
Ivy Pascoe-Simpson, 3, Australia
Can you guess what time it is? Ivy knows! She took a minimalist approach while constructing and painting this piece.
Owen Yip, 6, Australia
Rube Goldberg inspired Owen when he designed this working piece of art entitled “The Clock Tower.”
Marie-Amélie Nadeau, 6, Canada
Marie created a bold blue painting.
James Li, 2, China
Let’s give James a hand! James took an organic approach when constructing and painting this functioning piece of art.
This article originally appeared on page 50 of the beijingkids August 2015 issue. Click here to read the issue for free on Issuu.com. To find out how you can get your own copy, email firstname.lastname@example.org.