“Motherhood” – Lyubov Panchenko (1973)
Ukrainian artist and designer Lyubov Panchenko (1938—2022) worked as a fashion designer at the Republican House of Models during the USSR. She created collages with coat fabrics, as well as watercolors, linocuts and decorative paintings. For example, the one from the series “May Flurry” (1994). The works of Panchenko, who survived the onslaught of Russians in Bucha and died on April 30, are kept in the Museum of the Sixties.