On Display: These were drawn by students – in Ukraine

Christmas Angel, Anna Jakovenko, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Christmas Angel, Anna Jakovenko, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Easy to live in peace, Julia Khorieshko, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Easy to live in peace, Julia Khorieshko, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Peace in all world, Varvara Mojslienko, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Peace in all world, Varvara Mojslienko, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Love save the world, Denys Malyarov, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Love save the world, Denys Malyarov, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Angel of native city, Kseniya Dybovyk, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Angel of native city, Kseniya Dybovyk, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Little Angel gives peace to the world, Mariya Kondratenko, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Little Angel gives peace to the world, Mariya Kondratenko, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Flower of the peace, Olena Vosheva, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff
Flower of the peace, Olena Vosheva, The Peace in the World, Concord Library. TIM GOODWIN / Insider staff

The Concord Public Library is home to a new exhibit that features drawings from art students. It just so happens the students are from the S. Vasylkivskyi Children’s Art School – in Ukraine.

“The Peace in the World” exhibit was brought to Concord as part of the 10th anniversary of the Fermata Arts Foundation, and it’s making its way around New England throughout the remainder of the year.

There are 16 drawings in total with students ranging in age from 9 to 14. The top left piece is Love save the world by Denys Malyarov. Flower of the Peace (top right) is an Olena Vosheva original.

Directly above this – Little Angel gives peace to the world – is the work of Mariya Kondratenko. And to the left is Easy to live in peace, which was drawn by 12-year old Julia Khorieshko

The collection of work will be available for viewing through April 30 in the library auditorium.

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