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16 Pirosmani Street, Dar Bulding, No. 46   Batumi, Georgia

Frequently Asked Question!

The website will host the online gallery. The site is still being designed. Currently the website is only able to post paintings. But it’s design will be completed in a while and it will be visible in mid-December 2020. Children’s paintings are displayed in it. People can click on it to see the big picture of paintings, write their comments about the painting, or like it from 1 to 5 stars. (a system like Instagram and Facebook)

Our first step is this online gallery. In the future, after a good feedback, we have many plans to expand this project and its global popularity. Including:

– Interview with family counselors and post their educational tips for parents on the website.

– Art training classes (by volunteers) in African countries.

– Online selling gallery for children’s paintings to support them and their families financially.

– Collecting art and paintings tools as gifts for asylum seekers in countries such as Greece.

– Coordination and financial support for launching children’s art exhibitions in refugee camps in European countries like the Netherlands.

– Creating dedicated web pages for kindergartens or refugee camps for group exhibitions of their children’s paintings.

Yes! PAXENS is free services for Children to display their arts and talents all over the world. It does not have any cost for children and families, it’s totally free for them. All program costs are funded by the founder, sponsors and people interested in supporting children’s Arts.

We believe that the early years of childhood are very important. We have posted this mission statement on our homepage: Our vision is a world in which all children are treated with dignity, respect, understanding and compassion. In such a world, any child can grow into an adult with a generous capacity for love and trust.

When you visit the site, it automatically and commonly records general information such as country of origin, browser type or pages of the site you are visiting, time spent on those pages, time and date of access. We use this information to monitor and analyze the use of the site and the technical management of the site, to increase the efficiency and usability of our site and to better adapt the site to the needs of our visitors. We also use this information to verify that visitors to the site are real people (not robots).

Our site does not create any Cookies (a small file stored on your computer’s hard drive). During surfing our website, no information is stored on your computer.

Sending paintings is by digital submission. We only need the paintings file (not the original by mail). Participants take a photo of the painting with a scanner or digital camera or mobile phone and upload it to the site. (We also accept paintings via email.) We accept and value any painting model, any technique, any type of media and style, whether it is a simple painting (a few simple lines) or a very professional painting. We believe children’s painting even some simple lines are valuable and precious.

We always adjust the paintings to make them look better (including brightness and transparency, smoothing, clearing stains, etc.) but if the quality of the painting is too low and we can not adjust it at all, we let you know via email. We inform you that you can send us a better quality version of the painting.

We will also notify you by email if your painting or “optional text” contains violent, sexual or offensive content about religion or an attitude or belief (which disrespects people). We inform you that you send us a painting by better topic.

But we accept paintings with topics about difficult living conditions (topics like families living in war zones, or asylum seekers who have terrible conditions) if without violent content, or referring to a particular government or state.