On a long wooden table there are monumental paintings created by children's hands. On each is a mouth-watering portion of ice cream in a waffle cone, generously sprinkled with different goodies. And each takes us, sophisticated adults, to the hidden corners of memory, to the memories of a carefree childhood, when dreams were sweet, and life was light and airy, like ice cream in a crispy waffle cone...
The charity meeting, held in our editorial office on February 21 with the mediation of the public association Aghaoghlu Union and the Ukrainian artist Framavi, began with a acquaintance - the director of the magazine Mujgan Gafarzade greeted the girls from the Reintegration Center and told them about the activities of NARGIS. The main event was a master class ice cream drawing.
"The most important thing in life is to dream, and dream big! Because dreams are the plans of the universe for our future, "the artist instructed the girls. She asked them to close their eyes and imagine a place where each of them would like to be... After such an auto-training session, the girls began to draw ice cream - each in their own way. Framavi gave them this assignment on the eve of her upcoming exhibition "Abundance of Taste."
In conclusion, everyone was photographed as a keepsake, and our young guests received as a gift a copy of our release of the Karabakh Book. All paintings will be digitized and posted on the @withfoundation site. In the future, an auction will be held, where both the original paintings and digitized versions will be exhibited. The proceeds will go to support the wards of the Reintegration Center.