Zsuzsánna Magyarosi, a young talented artist with disabilities who draws, had her exhibition in London at St. Stephen’s Church. The Communitas Foundation supported her financially to travel there. Pictures can be seen here.
Faces of battle
Between 2nd and 10th of May the London St. Stephen’s Church offered a place to the disabled artist from Romania, Zsuzsanna Magyarosi`s art.
This London exhibition was her dream. In this case, a dream that became true and its success should be measured by future additional plans, goals, dreams and strength.
The London exhibition wasn’t the first exhibition Zsuzsa had. As a result of her previous trials stands her first exhibition that was held in Reghin. After that it was in the local Unirea Hall, where her art was exhibited. The G café also organized an individual exhibition last year.
The HIFA Romania Association organizes every year the Hidden Pearls – a constant appearance of disabled people’s art and craft – where a few of her works were exposed as well.
Zsuzsa is very young. But despite her age she carries lots of experiences, suffering and wisdom that have helped her to tell stories through her drawings. She has a good sense of observation. She doesn’t only see the soul, but manages to capture it on time and reflect its real beauty. That is the moment when she wins against the time and her boundaries.
She lives her life this way.
Every day is a real victory that overcomes the physical reality. This happens whenever she overcomes her limitations and manages to create something so unique in this world that could only be achieved with complicity with God.
This complicity was understood and recognized on time by the HIFA-Romania Association and they have done everything in order to achieve Zsuzsa’s London exhibition.
In order to achieve this the Communitas Foundation was unconditionally supporting the travel expenses and the financial part of her stay.
Many thanks to those kind people from Târgu Mures, who supported Zsuzsa and her dream with everything they could.
Thanks to the London party, who believed in her uniqueness and success.
Thanks to Zsuzsa’s mother, a caregiver, who has overcome her own fears and put her concerns aside and followed her daughter’s dream, offering her support on the way of chasing her dreams.
And last but not least, thanks to those who are open to inclusion.
“Going after a dream has a price. It may mean abandoning our habits, it may make us go through hardships, or it may lead us to disappointment, et cetera. But however costly it may be, it is never as high as the price paid by people who didn’t live. Because one day they will look back and hear their own heart say: ‘I wasted my life‘.” Paulo Coelho