Drawing The Brave Ukrainians

Watching the events unfold in Ukraine is heart breaking. So much so, I was unsure how to respond in a drawing. Do I draw about Putin and his agression? No. So I waited a few days and began to feel that the important part of this story is the Ukrainian people. They are amazing in their strength and determination.

My live drawing, when I draw and talk to viewers as I complete a drawing, is on Instagram, and here is

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Visual journalist/writer for New Yorker, New York Times, CBS News, CNN. TED, SXSW speaker. Looking to change world w humor. newsletter: https://lizadonnelly.sub

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