I met a penguin one day,
And asked it to come and play,
But sadly to my dismay,
It squawked at me and ran away.
I ran after him to find,
“I'll offer you some fish, do you mind?”
The penguin wasn't very kind,
He ran away and left me behind.
As I followed in the Antarctic region,
I noticed a humongous legion,
Astonishing it was that I didn't faint of fright,
But these soldiers were black and white!
As I searched amongst the crowd,
Each one of them was very loud!
And looking amid the frost,
It wasn't surprising I seemed to be lost!
To my surprise, everything started to get blurry,
And I woke up in a hurry,
Then I realized that in my mind,
I met a penguin, not very kind.
(Poem by my son Peter Nenyuk)
Svitozar Nenyuk is known primarily for his religious paintings, nature scenes and for his portraits.
Svitozar was born in the Carpathian Mountains. Soon after his birth, instead of a toy his father gave him a brush. He began painting and has continued doing art ever since.
When he was eleven, he enrolled at the Kyiv Republican Art School.
There he studied for seven years from 1973 to1980.
After that he studied briefly at the Odessa Art School in 1980- 1981.
He then moved to Lithuania.
He went to Vilnius in 1981 and was shortly admitted to the State Lithuanian ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.