Thank you for sharing all of your ideas about Pawel Kuczynski’s wonderful artwork - all of your ideas have been sent for him to see too! As always, we can only have two winners. This time they are…
encouraging_elderberry of Graveney School in the United Kingdom, who explained how the picture reminds people that refugees have been “uprooted” from their homes
pioneering_artist of Lake Bank Pioneer Preparatory in Tunisia, who believes that the child should be the focus of the picture, to remind people that all children have the right to a life free of war
Well done to our winners - and excellent work, all of you!
People share their reactions to the news in different ways.
Sometimes they do this creatively, for example, in a piece of music or a poem.
Artist Pawel Kuczynski shared his thoughts about refugee crises by creating this piece of art. But what is he trying to say? And what do you think about it?
Your challenge this week is to "zoom in" on one section of the picture. You should explain why you think it's important and what message Mr Kuczynski might be trying to share.
You could say: "I think section A3 is important because... . I think Mr Kuczynski's message behind this part of the picture might be... ."
- Read the other competition entries first and try not to repeat someone else's idea
- Make your entry personal to YOU
- There are no wrong answers