Story of a girl-artist Sasha Putri
• The history of the artist-girls Sasha Putri
December 2, 1977 in Poltava, was born Alexander Putrya - one of the most unique artists in the history of art.
Sasha lived on Earth just 11 years, but during that time she managed to create 2279 jobs: 46 albums with drawings, a great variety of craft projects and even technical drawings that were, in her opinion, to help adults reach the moon and make the asphalt covering of roads with no cracks . Drawing for Sasha was as natural as sleeping and eating, it is often replaced her friends and children's games.
For three years Sasha confidently holding a pencil and brush. I drew it, without ceasing, and often fell asleep, all covered in paint. Her father made from a small bedroom art studio and tried to teach the girl on the academic program, but ran into a delicate rebuff. As an artist, Alexander formed their own, guided by their own experiences and imagination.
When she was five years old, she was diagnosed - leukemia. Trying to ignore the pain, Sasha began to devote much more time to his hobby. At that time, replace zveryata fun and fabulous characters came images of Hindu philosophy, and also amaze self-portraits - in the form of a multi-armed God Shiva, if not in the form of adult Indian women, which is reflected in the eyes of deep sadness for our Earth. Sasha fought for the life of six years, after which asked the parents to let her go. Shortly before his departure, she asked the pope to take a hand in a white sheet and looked around her. Then I put on top of his hand, and has done it the same. Finished drawing was found after 24 January 1989, when the girl was gone. On it was a picture of the star Sirius, which Sasha wanted to fly.
Since 1989, there were more than one hundred solo exhibitions Sasha Putri in many countries, several documentary films have been made about the girl and wrote a documentary story. On the wall of a kindergarten where she was raised, a memorial plaque and the museum is open. In Poltava, a children's art gallery named Sasha, which under the auspices of the Fund for the Protection and support talented children held international competitions of children's drawings.
"BIMCO envelope" (1985)
"Mom and Dad as hamsters" (1986)
"Ryzhkov apartment dogs" (1986)
"Eugene and Victoria" (1987)
"The Indian" (1988)
"Gypsy Zemfira" (1985)
"David Guramishvili" (1988)
"Dear Lerusinka" (1988)
"The Virgin Mary" (1988)
"The Last Self-Portrait" (1989)