Jewish NGO KINGS BAY Y, in partnership with Emergency USA, launched a virtual auction in New York. Paintings by dozens of Ukrainian artists are on sale. The organizers promise to use the collected money to help children affected by the war in Ukraine.
If you are an art connoisseur, be sure to check out the auction page! Paintings in different styles are on sale. You will definitely be able to find a job that will fit into your interior, and at the same time help children affected by the war.
Do you like to search for hidden meanings in creativity? Then you will be interested in the picture created by a couple with Lvova Viktor and Natalia Prodanchuk. In their works, they encode facts and symbols so that each observer can “read” something of his own in them, something close to him.
If coded meanings have no place on the walls of your house, and you like understandable paintings that delight the eye with beautiful landscapes, then you will like the work of a young but very talented artist from Kharkov, Natalia Kutukova. The war was a double blow for her: the woman was born in Nikolaev, and later moved to Kharkov. In 2022, both of her hometowns were hit hard by the Russian invasion.
You might also like the urban landscapes of Transcarpathian artist Gregory Goy. The auction features several of his works.
A very wide selection of works is offered to those who would like to decorate their homes with Ukrainian symbols. There are paintings with embroidered shirts (by Anastasia Huseynova), as well as canvases with the flag of Ukraine, titmouse and other cultural attributes of this country, interpreted by the artist Victoria Droniv.
The auction will last until August 24 – Independence Day of Ukraine. The collected money KINGS BAY Y and Emergency USA promise to spend on helping Ukrainians affected by the war. In particular, Emergency USA provides free high-quality medical services to children who have become victims of military conflicts around the world. In its 28 years of existence, EMERGENCY has helped 12 million people in 20 different countries and currently operates in Afghanistan, Eritrea, Iraq, Italy, Moldova, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Uganda and Yemen.
KINGS BAY Y, in turn, builds social ties and facilitates the adaptation of young refugees from Ukraine to life in New York.