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These Striking Illustrations Capture the Innocence of Childhood

 - Oct 21, 2015
References: alicavanaugh & fubiz.net
St. Louis-based artist Ali Cavanaugh produced a series of striking watercolor portraits that capture the innocence of childhood. In the digital age, many parents choose to document their children's lives through the lens of a smartphone. These striking portraits offer a more artistic perspective on the lives of young children.

Cavanaugh's series is called 'Immerse' and it consists of a series of watercolor portraits of young children. Each stunning illustration captures a different childhood emotion, including surprise, curiosity and trepidation. These expressions are painted using pale blue tones, which gives the portraits a soft and gentle look. The overall effect is a series of intimate portraits that convey the innocence of childhood.

Cavanaugh's breathtaking series offers a unique interpretation of childhood emotions.