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Visit Village in France to Walking in the Green Carpet

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To help small towns of France Jaujac up programs to celebrate the arts and tourism 10th, French artist Gaelle Villedary to public art exhibition is an innovative all-natural grasslands, run winding through the beautiful village of stone Jaujac picturesque. Although the village is built in a beautiful natural landscape of forests, mountains and rivers, but some public areas are still without the presence of nature.

To create a carpet is approximately 1.400m, Gaelle Villedary artists have used 3.5 tons of grass. Natural green grass running headline to every corner of the village, all the areas where the natural absence. The starting point of the lawn is from the village center run through the streets, the parks, up and down the stairs, across the bridge, through the trails before you return to your starting point.

Photos natural green lawn surrounded the village, bringing a sense of peace, harmony of nature to life. A clear connection from the village to the fields and forest areas Gaelle Villedary design artist. Material for the Arts where she Gaelle Villedary usually selected from natural or everyday use, but environmentally friendly as grass, coffee, light bulbs and the sheet of cardboard. Until this point, the natural green grass is considered the biggest project of her.

Villedary said: ‘There are still a few people skeptical of natural grass, but mostly they were very happy to pray and start exploring your town in a totally new look. Most people walk, play, sit base there. Once I met a girl, she took off walking shoes and lay down on the grass. It was a great moment when I saw the public recognizes and ownership of my work in their own way. ‘Completed in 9/2011, green grass symbolizes the great convergence of natural environment and urban. Through art artist convey the message that connects people with nature.

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