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In this work, created from the soul of Ukraine, the artist Leo Adam conveys a deep sense of sorrow and the inviolability of the spirit of the Ukrainian woman through the war. Generously using the symbolism of stone and bronze, the sculpture is a reminder of strength and survival, the importance of memory and empathy. Leo Adam's artistic language is deeply convincing, inviting viewers to think about the image of the Motherland, mother, wife, woman - support and stronghold in these difficult times.
Leo Adam (Leonid Shatsylo), born in 1959 In 1982, he entered the Odessa State Art School named after M.B. Grekov at the sculpture department, which he successfully graduated in 1986. It is the oldest and most prestigious college in the Soviet Union and Ukraine. Since 1987, he worked as a sculptor of the Khmelnytskyi Art Combine of the Art Fund of the Ukrainian SSR. He created a sculptural composition for the dead victims of the Second World War in the city of Starokostyantiniv, Khmelnytskyi region, Ukraine. He created commemorative signs for soldiers - fellow villagers who died in the Second World War. He created busts and memorial plaques for prominent people. Exhibited at All-Ukrainian republican exhibitions. Now I am engaged in sculpture from bronze, wood and ceramic clay, I paint on canvas with oil paints.