On November 20th – 2021, a drawing master class was held in Batken. A total of 44 schoolchildren aged 13 to 17, of which girls – 28, boys – 16. Teachers – 4. 

Drawing theme: The world through my eyes. 
Coach: Samikulova Ayturgan

This group was active, diligent, emotional. Even if they didn’t succeed, they tried very hard to try everything and do everything.   Hearing the topic, they immediately got down to business, the topic for them is close and understandable.

 Most of the young people turned out to be patriots, and that’s how they differed from other groups. And, of course, there were a lot of drawings on the theme of patriotism. They tried to show in their drawings our beautiful homeland, the importance of friendship between peoples, and also raised the topic of border conflicts. 

 It is clear that this is not the first time they have participated in such training, and they have more information about conflicts, causes and consequences.  In the descriptions of the paintings, they wrote clearly and understandably, they were able to orally tell about their drawings. 

 The peculiarity of this group: they were distinguished by their patriotism, good manners and ability to listen. 

Gallery: Navigate using the arrow on each side and click on each image for an enlarged view



Features of the drawings:  

– Most painted on the theme of friendship between peoples, about border conflicts. They showed how important they are to a peaceful life and a clear sky above their heads. 

They drew a lot on the theme of the Motherland: beautiful mountains and landscapes, were able to convey the beauty of the nature of Kyrgyzstan, and showed their love for the Motherland. 

 I divided the figures into 4 themes: 

  • Friendship between nations 
  • Patriotism 
  • Ecology 
  • Nature of Kyrgyzstan 

 Drawings about border conflicts and their consequences show that children know and understand what conflict is and understand the meaning of peace on the border.  

 And they seem to have relished moments of border conflict when they painted.  The guys didn’t paint the conflict itself: the shooting, the empty houses, etc. They drew their love for the motherland, the need for friendship on the border. It shows that they want and believe in future change. 


I noticed how they paid attention to every detail, tried to convey everything that they felt through their drawings.  They approached, asked if it was clear what they wanted to say with their drawing.  


There were a lot of rainbow colors that lifted the spirits. People who want peace, a quiet life prefer such bright rainbow colors. They are not indifferent to what kind of world they live in, they want a better life for themselves and for loved ones, to wake up every day with a calm soul. 

Drawings about the landscapes of Kyrgyzstan demonstrate patriotism, show love for their homeland and pride. 

We were able to tell interestingly about our drawings, at first they were shy, but then there were a lot of people who wanted to. 


Psychological characteristic according to their drawings: depicted friendship between peoples, using bright colors.  They talked about the great hope that there would be peace above their heads.