“Beyond the Crisis”: the artist painted a picture of 3 thousand square meters on the grass in the Alps

It focuses on the topic of the virus and is made from biodegradable materials.

Photo by Valentin Flaro, EPA

Franco-Swiss artist Guillaume Legros, known under the pseudonym Saype, presented a new work on the theme of coronavirus.

Photo by Valentin Flaro, EPA

Photo by Valentin Flaro, EPA

The artist depicted a girl looking at the horizon. Near her lies a pencil case with crayons, and in front of her is drawn a chain of people holding hands.

The painting is painted on grass in the Swiss Alps, it covers an area of ​​3000 square meters and is called “Out of Crisis” (Beyond Crisis).

During a pandemic, most people are limited. This applies to all of us, we face various problems and difficulties, and I decided to paint this mural called “Out of Crisis” next to the house to share with you optimism and a breath of fresh air.

Guillaume Legros

artist

Photos from instagram Legro

Photos from instagram Legro

Photos from instagram Legro

Photos from instagram Legro

Easily uses biodegradable materials in his work, all of his paintings are temporary. He often depicts children on them, as well as adults holding hands.

 

 

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