When we talk about art, we talk about the closest thing to perfection. We talk about hardworking hours, a lots of lost nerves, but the most important thing – the brilliant perfect idea, which can’t wait to be completed.
Poland’s artist, Joanna Wirazka, did not put her idea on a typical, boring canvas, but on a rough surface made of old dead autumn leaves. She painted the night skies above the towns, couple of galaxies and trees in a beautiful landscapes.
On the ones dead leaves now are lying the shades of blue and violet, to black and red.