Tapis Rouge by Gaelle Villedary

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In the town of Jaujac France, a long grassy path leads visitors through the village to the heart of this beautiful place. This installation called Tapis Rouge was created by Marseille based artist Gaëlle Villedary in celebration of the 10 years of trail art and nature. This symbolic tribute elaborates on the connection between the natural spaces and the residents of the valley, a form of communication between nature and men through art.

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