Copenhagen, Dec 13 (AP) – An architect-designer from southern Finland has returned to a frozen lake to draw a large creature on ice for the sixth year in a row, creating a work of art that he hopes will “make people happy” and encourage them to explore beautiful nature. To go On December 4, Passy Widgren drew a fox about 90 meters (295 feet) from Pitcazarvi Lake, north of Helsinki. In previous years, he used a shovel to sketch a bear and an owl, always using the same lake as his canvas.
Widgren has been drawing animals to the local lake every winter since 2016, near his home in a village not far from Lahti, a town of 120,000 people. Drawings disappear when there is heavy snow or ice melting. The idea of a fleeting art came to me suddenly a few years ago when I realized that I could have the special ability to adjust to doing things like this on my own, ”the 40-year-old told The Associated Press.
When he arrived at Pitcazarvi Lake this month, he checked the thickness of the nist that it was thick enough for walking and working. At 10-15 centimeters (4-6 inches) thick, it was. Of course, I had ice cubes around my neck, if the ice cracked and he had to rescue himself, Widgren said.
Then I started walking and at the same time outlined the image thinking it would match my fox image and then I (The) started drawing using snow shovel, he explained. Four hours later, Widgren was done.
To see the end result, I climbed to the top of a 45-meter (about 150-foot) hill above the lake, drank coffee from my thermos bottle, and took some photos and videos as a memento. The fox was less visible by Monday because it had received little snow, Widgren said.
It is also very important to me that creating such an art leaves no (mark) in nature, he said. (AP).
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