The wonderful thing about children is that they have no problem drawing outside the lines.
They don’t know any better. (Which is good.) They haven’t succumbed to peer pressure to water down their work for the masses. They don’t hide from publishing it. And best of all, they don’t care what others think. (Proof is usually hanging on the fridge.)
Next time you see a child drawing outside the lines, resist the first impulse to correct the behavior.
We think of children as immature adults, the reality is adults are atrophied children.
Art knows no boundaries. Adults do.