A very special exhibition was open in Qingdao, China, held by the employees and their families of POSCO’s Qingdao corporation ‘QPSS.’ The most impressive thing about the exhibition is that all of the artworks on display were painted by the children of QPSS families. Our little artists’ hand might be clumsy with brushes but their masterpieces appear to be so much adorable. Today, ‘Hello, POSCO’ introduces the youngest and cutest artists from QPSS.
What is QPSS?
Each drawing in the exhibition had its own story. There were images of a child riding a bicycle with her dad, hanging around with their friends and their parents’ workplace; QPSS. Our young painters must have input so much thoughts and efforts in their paintings. If you were there, you would have felt their innocence and playfulness showing in the lovely works.
A sticker was given to the QPSS employees who visited the scene so they could pick the artwork they liked the most. Once the vote was over, QPSS held an awarding ceremony to congratulate the winners of the exhibition. Let’s take a look at some of the excellent artworks.
Manager Ha Jae-chul, who has been working in QPSS, shared his review on the exhibition with ‘Hello, POSCO.’ He said, “It was interesting to see my colleagues’ daily lives in the children’s pictures. Because their partings were so lovely, we all had a very enjoyable moment.” I believe our ‘Hello, POSCO’ readers would also be feeling the same way with the adorable and warmhearted minds of the little kids.
Actually, there is a story behind how the exhibition was held at QPSS. To celebrate China’s Children’s Day on June 1st, QPSS prepared special gifts for the employees with kids. The present was a box of colored pencils and a sketchbook, providing them with the space to draw their creative thoughts and delightful dreams. Needless to say, the children absolutely fell in for the presents and in return, gave QPSS their wonderful pieces of artwork.
Have you decided which drawing you want to put your sticker on? Let’s find some peace of minds by staring at these loveable images. Who knows? It could remind you of the happiness and innocence when you were young.