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Master Class from Landscape Artist Eduard Mezhul

Date: June 2020

Through the lens of the children’s drawings received for International Children’s Drawing Contest “Get Well Soon, Earth", we have explored together the vision that children and youth have of the world affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. 450 artworks have arrived to participate in the contest initiated by Yelyzaveta Rudyka, founder of the project ArtKidsEurope, and the campaign “Let’s Unite against the Coronavirus 2019-nCoV (COVID-19) and Walk to the Health Land” of the UWCF program “Walking to the Health Land”. Now, all superheroes are receiving winner diplomas, participation certificates, awards, special prizes from the jury members, and many other nice surprises.

Additionally, Eduard Mezhul, one of the jury members at International Children’s Drawing Contest “Get Well Soon, Earth”, has invited all superheroes to connect with the world of art and enjoy painting a picture.

Eduard Mezhul is a landscape artist whose artworks depict architecture, people and nature of Ukrainian cities, especially outstanding places and persons of Ukraine’s capital. His lyrical landscapes and still life paintings adorn collections in Ukraine and across the globe – Europe, the USA, and China.

This prominent artist has invited all superheroes to his own painting studio for an online master class to teach them painting flowers. When trying it for the first time, many people think that this work might turn out to be beyond their abilities. The truth is, there isn’t anything too complicated. All you have to do is to find some free time, prepare necessary tools and paints, and tap into your creativity with the help of our wonderful teacher.

Stop questioning your talents and join our unique painting and drawing master classes from International Children’s Drawing Contest “Get Well Soon, Earth”.