Prints of the work are now on sale at the Cooper Gallery and all money raised from sales will go to the Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.
Over a background in the colours of the Ukrainian flag, a white dove of peace - much of Patrick’s work involves birds, symbolising hope and freedom - joins Ian’s poem dedicated to Barnsley’s twin town of Horlivka.
The poem asks: “What can a poem do against the sound of gunfire and the shattering of glass?”
Patrick, 52, said: “I’ve worked with Ian on a few art projects, and I just saw one day that he’d wrote this poem about Barnsley’s twin town.
“I thought it was really nice - it poses the question, what do you do in times like this?
“There’s almost nothing you can do. Most of the time you just feel helpless.
“What can a poem do, and art do, against war?
“Having worked with him a few times, I thought how can I respond, and maybe do something that can help in some degree.
“It’s only a tiny, tiny thing.”