THEY'VE taken inspiration from their dreams, perception, and personal experiences.  

Take a peak into how a child sees the world at an art exhibition at the Fraser Coast Regional Gallery, which showcases work by little ones aged three-five from the Condy Park Kindergarten. 

 

 

Budding artists Chelsea Arrowsmith and Elliot Fowler are among the dozens who have their work included in Through a Child's Eye.  

Chelsea, 5, says her art piece is influenced by Funky Chicken, which is a children's book.  

A trip to Fraser Island with his family sparked four-year-old Elliot's idea for his creation titled Rainbow Beach- which is not a reference to the nearby beach.  

They both agree that getting to spend time in kindergarten being creative has been a lot of fun.  

Recycled items have been turned into an eye-catching centre piece.  

Through a Child's Eye will remain on show until December 2 at the gallery in Pialba. 



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