At first it felt wrong to make art when everyone’s future perilously rests in the hands of an insane sociopath. But because I don't have any other power, I started this series and this is the first piece I made. The artworks are now for sale and the profit will go aid the people in Ukraine.
The Ones That Are Gone
When this artwork was begun, 109 Ukrainian baby carriages stood in this square in Lviv. Each represented a baby killed by Putin. When I am posting image this on this website, 25 more innocents have been slaughtered. And depending on when you view this, there could easily be another 250 more or even twice that number.
A father waves to his 2 year-old child and wife who are leaving Kyiv on a train. The man will stay behind to fight as a volunteer in the Territorial Defense Force.
Make-Shift Maternity Ward in a Metro Station
This artwork (3rd in the series) is for the new mothers shaking in fear underground as they struggle to give birth and care for their babies.
Woman Looking at Remains of Her Home
Children's Cancer Ward Hidden in a Basement
From their makeshift room in a Kyiv hospital basement, these kids react to the distant rumble of artillery shells. Unfortunately, they can’t be moved to a proper bomb shelter because they need to continue receiving cancer treatments to stay alive. The disease of violence inside their young bodies has now been equalled by another which has surrounded their city and begun to destroy it with bombs and gunfire.
A Teddy Bear's Comfort During Bombing
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