Stunning Street Art Installation Inspired by Monet's Field of Poppies

Inspired by famous French painter Claude Monet and his 1873 painting "Poppy Field" ,Quebec-based artist and architect Claude Cormier used 5,060 red, green and white temporary overlay markers (used to delineate temporary lanes on highways) to create a pixelated field of poppies covering  a section of the asphalt on Du Musée Avenue. The artwork named Tom II (Field of Poppies) was commissioned by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and is part of the Sculpture Garden, an annual exhibition featuring works from many artists. The installation will be on view until October 27.

 Find out more about Claude's work here.

via [My Modern Met] via [art_inthecity]