French land art artist Guillaume (Saype) Legros, who had worked at the Voronezh Garden City Festival in 2018, created a new work on the coronavirus pandemic. The picture made of biomaterials appeared in the municipality of Leysin in Switzerland. The artist posted photos of the art object on his Instagram page on Sunday, April 26.

In the new art named Beyond Crisis, painted with biological paints on the grass, Guillaume Legros portrayed a girl looking into the distance. The girl is holding hands with drawn little men, next to her are crayons. The total area of the land art is 3 thousand square meters.

“During the current pandemic, most of the world's population is locked up. Everyone has been affected one way or another by this problem, but each of us faces our own challenges. I painted this fresco to share an optimistic message and a breath of fresh air,” the artist wrote on his social media webpage.

In 2018, Guillaume Legros was a participant in the Voronezh festival Garden City. On the slope of Komsomolskaya Hill in Central Park, the artist painted a bio-picture with an area of ​​3.5 thousand square meters. The Voronezh land art also portrayed a girl - she played with a nesting doll, inside of which there was a daisy. The work had an environmental subtext. Saype creates similar images around the world using natural paints that are not harmful to the environment. Over the years, Guillaume Legros has painted his monumental bio-paintings in Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, France, Germany, Great Britain, Switzerland, Andorra, Argentina, and other countries.