I define true art as something that “moves” you. Different things move different people. This is true art in my opinion.
I can’t remember who sent this to me months ago. For some reason, I just remembered it today. Don’t know how I forgot to share it.
Miss Simonova, 24, drew a series of pictures on an illuminated sand table showing how ordinary people were affected by the German invasion during World War II.
She begins by creating a scene showing a couple sitting holding hands on a bench under a starry sky, but then warplanes appear and the happy scene is obliterated.
It is replaced by a woman’s face crying, but then a baby arrives and the woman smiles again. Once again war returns and Miss Simonova throws the sand into chaos from which a young woman’s face appears.
This outdoor scene becomes framed by a window as if the viewer is looking out on the monument from within a house.
In the final scene, a mother and child appear inside and a man standing outside, with his hands pressed against the glass, saying goodbye.
Click here to watch this incredibly talented young lady (Make sure you watch it in fullscreen mode):