As part of my ongoing series titled “Art Spotlight,” here are some drawings by Eliasar in El Salvador. Eliasar is 12 years old, and he always puts a lot of variety into his drawings, choosing different topics with each letter he writes.
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Eleven-year-old Pedro in Brazil usually attaches a separate paper to my letters with his drawings, and he draws to fill every space available. Below is some of his recent artwork.
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In continuing my “Art Spotlight” series, these are some drawings from 8-year-old Paula in Colombia. She always takes the time to fill the drawing space in her letters and to color everything neatly. I especially love it when she adds a “te quiero” (I love you) to her drawings, as she did in the fourth one.
As part of my “Art Spotlight” series, today I am sharing drawings from 9-year-old Humberto in Bolivia. He always colors his drawings very neatly, and it’s clear he spends a lot of time on them.
If you are interested in sponsoring a child from Bolivia, or from any of the 26 countries Compassion serves, please click here.
I’ve sponsored Winston, 11, from Guatemala, for 3 years now, and he has sent me some great drawings over the years:
These are some drawings I’ve received from Greyvin, 7, in Nicaragua, over the last two years:
One fun thing about receiving mail from my sponsor children is seeing their art work, which often gives me a glimpse into their lives. Compassion’s letter templates often include an area in which the children can draw something special for their sponsors.
This is the first of what I intend to become a regular series on my blog, which will showcase some of these wonderful drawings. Today I am sharing five drawings from 15-year-old Luz in Peru.