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18 November 2023, 14:54

Five thematic murals appeared in Khmelnytskyi region

Five thematic murals appeared in Khmelnytskyi region
The territory of the popular tourist location of Bakota, which is located in the Khmelnytskyi region, was recently decorated with five thematic murals. The authors of the works were Ukrainian artists.

Two murals "Torn Soul" and "Earth" by Yulia Abramova, one "Be My Thirst" by Savka Stars, one by Roksolana Dudka "Underwater Dniester". Also, thanks to the collaboration of three artists Zirka Savka, Andriy Horbal and Andriy Kalkov, the work "Collecting flowers on the water and giving them" appeared.

In total, eight murals were created within the residence, five of which are on Bakota in the village of Gorayvka and the town of Stara Ushytsia, and three more in Lviv, Odesa, and Dnipro.
Source: ukrinform.ua
Source: ukrinform.ua
The theme of the murals quite precisely combines the present and the past of Ukraine. A torn embroidered shirt, a flock of cranes on the background of a field with ears of corn, etc. appear on dilapidated buildings. In addition to national themes, the artists depicted numerous inhabitants of rivers and seas. And some of them look quite fantastic. These vibrant artworks not only enhance Bakota's visual appeal, but also tell unique stories that resonate with the region's rich cultural heritage.

It should be recalled that Bakota is a popular tourist location on the territory of the National Nature Park "Podilskyi Tovtry". It was formed as a result of the flooding of villages during the construction of the Dniester HPP. The name of the location comes from the village of the same name, which at one time was considered the "capital" of Dniester Ponizy.
Source: ukrinform.ua
Source: ukrinform.ua
15 artists and 5 musicians who currently remain in Ukraine joined the project. They showed their works at online exhibitions organized in Poltava, Vinnytsia, Kamianets-Podilskyi, as well as the surrounding villages.

The appearance of five themed murals in Bakota marks an important chapter in the cultural and artistic evolution of this tourist destination. As the community continues to embrace and celebrate its heritage through public art, Bakota is a shining example of how creativity and collaboration can breathe new life into a place, making it not only visually appealing, but deeply meaningful to locals and visitors alike.
Source: ukrinform.ua
Source: ukrinform.ua
Source: ukrinform.ua
Source: ukrinform.ua
Source: ukrinform.ua
Source: ukrinform.ua
Source: ukrinform.ua
Source: ukrinform.ua
Source: ukrinform.ua

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