Saturday, September 1, 2012

Life on Sand

Just this morning, I happened to view these amazing videos on youtube. It was clips of such proficient sand artist Kseniya Simonova. She was just an ordinary contestant before on one of Ukraine's most popular shows, Ukraine Got Talent. There she shown her astounding skill in sand animation.

She drew a series of pictures on an illuminated sand table showing how ordinary people were affected by the German invasion during World War II.The images, projected onto a large screen, moved many in the audience to tears, including the judges of such contest, and she won the top prize of about £75,000.

Not only that, she became more famous as she continuous exposing her incredible talent and jaw-dropping master piece on public. She uses her art to inspire people, educate some by the history each sand art she creates, and help those who are in need.

Let your eyes be amazed and let your hearts be moved as each video clips play.

Only in a Donetsk region about 320 children with congenital heart disease are born annually. About 40% of them are critical, so they will die during first month or first year of life without treatment. 

A gift for all Nothern folks. A sand tale based on the Norvegian Epos. Simonova says:"All connected with North was always breathtaking for me. Since childhood I dreamed of being inside that cold Magic..." And now I did it!"

This shows how important life beside the people whom you love.

On 5th and 6th of January in Bangkok (Thailand) Kseniya Simonova presented a sand story about His Majesty The King of Thailand Rama IX. Devoted to his 84th anniversary, the sand story created by Simonova told about the great inventions of the King conserning the Environment, about His love of his people and of His country.

"This is a new story - from the big show about WWII, as well as the famous " Requiem ."

This is a real story of a tiny boy aged less than two.His name is Jdan who suffers with leukemia. This was intentionally made by Simonova to ask any type of support for the poor child.

This is a story of a tiny girl from Ukraine called Elana who is now only six. She is suffering with cancer. But being so young, she had to suffer more than an adult can receive. "And she still has a great will to live.Such a sentimental story but it could end happily with your help"-- simonova.

Hello Kitty!

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