Driving through Auvers on the way to Paris in summer (Mural)
Driving through Auvers on the way to Paris in summer (Mural)
Driving through Auvers on the way to Paris in summer (Mural)
Driving through Auvers on the way to Paris in summer (Mural)
Driving through Auvers on the way to Paris in summer (Mural)
Driving through Auvers on the way to Paris in summer (Mural)

Driving through Auvers on the way to Paris in summer (Mural)

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Dimensions
Filling the back wall of the cafe

Medium
Acrylic

Style
Contemporary Mural, Entertainment, Romanticism

Location
Auvers Cafe, Sydney

Description
A little slice of France made it’s way to the bustling city of Sydney in the form of the trendy cafe Auvers. Auvers is a little village in the suburbs of Paris and is where the famous artist, Vincent Van Gough lived and created many of his iconic paintings. The cafe has kept this theme of art and creation at it’s core, exuding creativity, both through the walls as well as the incredibly presented food, a work of art in and of itself.

Inspired by the great painter at the heart of Auvers, Gillie and Marc created a sensational mural for the cafe which covers an entire wall. Their beloved lovers, Rabbitwoman and Dogman, zip through the sleepy village of Auvers, coffee in hand and Van Gough sunflowers blossoming around them. As the customers enjoy the exquisite food, they can sit amongst the art, soaking it in and being transported to a to a romantic French village with very talented artists.