Belgian street artist Adele Renault has an amazing ability to turn a nuisance into of our everyday life in the city in an extremely beautiful creature; its oversized pigeons adorn the blind faces of buildings in urban centers around the world.

The artist from Liege started a few years ago what she calls “a wandering in the macrocosm, focusing her attention on the feathers, which she found to be very charming.

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"Somehow, feathers have become my language. Now, I create them without looking at a -graph, more like a meditation exercise that creates texture and softness as a result. ”

Although in the past it focused on blue and purple shades, in the most recent murals it plays more with the color introducing intense shades of celestial bow.

By the end of June, as reported by APE, Adele Renault is exhibiting smaller works at the Moberg Gallery in Des Moines, Iowa - on her Instagram account anyone can get taste.

At the same time, he prepares a solo exhibition in Belgium with the series of works by "Plantasia", in which he focuses on leaf details in the same way. )

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