“Bestiary 5+”: Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

In 2017, the “Bestiary 5+” community page was created in VKontakte, the Russian social network. It’s dedicated to children’s work of art. An art teacher’s virtual museum consists of photos of ceramics, drawings, mysterious animals and surreal portraits. Among other creatures and subjects, there are visualizations of abstract concepts.

An art teacher, Andrei Petrov, created the page, after he started to photograph the works of his students. Often, he came across “something completely extraordinary”, so he wanted to preserve the creations and to share them with the wider audience.

“One girl always sculpted ducks, only ducks. Thanks to her works, our page launched. The only sculpture, that was not a duck, was her New Year gift to me. It was a toy called “Pirate” Petrov said.

The author of the page considers children’s creativity to be inspiring. “Over the time, I realized that children unconsciously make an imaginary museum. Not knowing the history of art, they create works that could reevaluate existing masterpieces. They are doing the same thing, that great artists have done for centuries.” he explains.

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Maryana, 6 years old, “Pirate”, clay, glaze
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Kira, 6 years old, “Cats”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Mira, 6 years old, “Dream”, clay
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Yura, 6 years old, “Computer”, clay, glaze
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

“As if I was swimming in the sea with a dolphin when I went to my grandmother”, clay, glaze
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Maryana, 6 years old, “Butterfly”, clay, glaze
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Maxim, 8 years old, “The Mask of Zabivaka”, clay
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Kolya, 7 years old, “Buryat”, clay, glaze
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Emilia, 9 years old, “Head”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

“Someone is eating someone”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Mythody, 9 years old, “Crucifixion”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Bogdan, 11 years old, “Just a Head”, clay
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

“Princess”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Katya, 8 years old, “Mouse”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Mira, 6 years old, “Centaur”, clay
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Polina, 12 years old, “Jaw”, clay, engobes, frosting
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Sonya, 4 years old, “Spider”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

“Someone’s Bust”, clay, acrylic
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Kira, 6 years old, “Thimble-Pig”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Emilia, 9 years old, “The head of some animal”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Petya, 7 years old, “Fried Eggs”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

“Golden cat”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Ulyana, 6 years old, “Elephant”, clay, glaze
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Katya, 6 years old, “Bull”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Nastya, 11 years old, “Bust of a Girl”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Maxim, 7 years old, “Maneki-neko”, clay, engobe, glaze
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

“Statue of Liberty”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Lesha, 7 years old, “Window”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Vika, 8 years old, “Dad”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Petya, 7 years old, “Tourist bus in Vietnam”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Kyrill, 7 years old, “St. Sebastian”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Nikita, 10 years old, “Vase-diplodocus”, clay, engobe, glaze
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Milana, 8 years old, “Mask with a beard”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Radomir, 4 years old, “The mask of the fox”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Sonya, 7 years old, “Mom”
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Yura, 6 years old, “Amur Tiger”, clay, glaze
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Masha, 7 years old, “Pig”, clay, acrylic
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

Fedya, 6 years old, “Giraffe”, clay
"Bestiary 5+": Virtual Museum Of Children’s Fine Arts

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