Los Angeles artist McKenzie Fisk's surreal paintings depict children and animals to represent the undiluted childhood experiences. She believes animals experience the life with the similar innocence as a child, no verbal language or social obligations help keep those experiences from being adulterated. This is what can been seen in her paintings where animals are curious, or joyous just as the children.
"As kids, we are unencumbered by physical limitations and largely unclouded by pre-conceived thoughts about the world. Most experiences are new, we lived those moments in the present, and simple things brought us the most joy. There is a purity about this time that is easily forgotten." You can find over three dozen prints of her paintings in her online store.