A Young Child in a House

Name: A Young Child in a House

Author: Liudmila Maksimovskaya NIKOXXII, DOB 1978

Geography: n/a

Made in (country/ city): Russia, Moscow

Date (when it was made): 1999

Medium: watercolor paper, pencil, acrylic paint, gel pen (silver)

Dimensions (size): 4848 x 6516 pixels, 8.08 inches x 10.86 inches, resolution 600 pixels/inch

Copyright © : Liudmila Maksimovskaya NIKOXXII

Description: Tree child images (A Young Child in a House, A Child and Her Pets and A Child Resting in a Tree) may have deep symbolic meaning. The images may represent three energies influencing a person’s life, three needs or three desired gifts. “A Young Child in a House” represents the gift of receiving – the need to have peace, comfort, support, and security. “A Child and Her Pets” symbolizes the gift of giving – a safe ability to share the love through actions or creativity. “A Child Resting in a Tree” means the gift of growth – an opportunity to develop psychologically, intellectually and spiritually. The main characters are children because every kid deserves to live in an environment where he/she can receive all three gifts. Since many of us experienced suffering as children, the artworks could serve as reminders of our capacity (as adults) to help our inner child heal and fulfill the needs denied to us in the past.