Rotary club supports Ukrainian artist with print sale


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The Rotary Club of Sarnia organized an art sale in aid of a well-known Ukrainian artist who fled her war-torn country earlier this year and made Sarnia her home.

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Authorized reprints of colorful works created by Ukrainian artist Natasha Nikolenko – a highly respected and popular artist born without the use of her arms and legs – will be sold by the service club to members of the public.

Prints (framed and unframed) and cards (framed or ready to send) will be on sale at Vision Nursing Home Headquarters (109 Crawford St., Sarnia) from 8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. daily until 4 p.m. July Purchases of Nikolenko’s captivating art can be made by cash, check or e-transfer (no credit card sales).

Rotarian Heather Martin, who is organizing the sale, said club members are more than willing to help support Nikolenko.

“It’s incredible art and we’re thrilled to be able to bring it to the public,” she said. “Since Natasha’s story became known, many people have asked us how they can help. It’s a great way to support Natasha and Ukraine.

The price of the work is as follows:

  • 11×14 print – $50
  • Framed print – $80
  • Card and envelope – $10
  • Framed card – $25
  • Framed and organic card – $30

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