LAPA is one of this year’s charities, and they have come to the party with this beautiful art they have from a fundraiser they ran previously. All the artworks were inspired by real animals that LAPA helped.
Elisaveta Barzhanskaya – Tuman, 2016
Tuman is dreaming of freedom, of an energized run through a wild forest towards a misty morning field that brings him to discover this mysterious and charming world. Luckily for Tuman, he doesn’t need to run alone. Once he opens his eyes he sees a loving and understanding family.
Tuman (which means fog in Russian) was found in the streets of Shelkov area by a young lady called Sveta. This is a small town with many summer houses. He was about two months old and appeared to be a husky cross. He was found earlier this year when it was still cold – he was hungry and shivering. Tuman was put in a foster home. Two months later he was rehomed to someone with a house and a big plot of land but he was returned shortly after. The new owners complained that he was behaving badly. When he came back to the same fosterer, she concluded from his behaviour that the new owners did not train him and punished him a lot.
Now the fosterer is trying to remedy those human mistakes which is absolutely necessary in order for Tuman ever to find a loving home.
About the Artist
Elisaveta is an illustrator from Moscow. She translates her life experience into sophisticated sketches.
If you win this item, we will print it any size up to A3 and ship it to you.