Some of the greatest artists in the world are not named Picasso or Van Gogh—heck some of them haven’t even graduated kindergarten yet! Kids are our most precious visionary artists. Who else could conjure up zebra-striped elephants or octopuses on the moon?
Below are virtual galleries featuring art submissions to the annual Crayola Art Exhibition over the most recent years. Browse and marvel at kids’ imaginative powers on display as they give “colorful wings to invisible things!”
If you are looking for earlier artwork, please click here to select a different year (in the "Source" dropdown).
The visual arts offer a powerful way for kids to connect and understand others—and to explore global issues, cultures, perspectives and places.
So nice we did it twice! The response was so great the previous year that we extended the theme for the 2010 exhibition. Can’t get enough of a good thing!
Visual arts are a vital part of life and learning. This gallery collects kids’ most colorful thoughts on the importance of keeping the creativity alive at home, in school and everywhere in between.
In this colorful collection kids express their feelings about our planet and the importance of keeping it clean and safe for all.
A wide array of art styles and themes from kids in grades K-12.
Using Art to Build Global Awareness
Crayola offers a rainbow of colors to inspire your endless creations.
Paint is a great way for all ages to creatively express their ideas and feelings. Explore how paint works, with and without a brush!