The Brussels-based Une Ville en Couleur non-profit association, who work towards opening up the world of contemporary art in the open spaces of the Capital has recently invited the artist Sainer to paint a large 400 square meters mural in the proximity of the Brussels-North railway station.
Portrayed above is a mother and her two children rendered in his easily recognizable chiaroscuro tones. The mother and the daughter have their faces covered by the shade. The little girl, hidden behind her mother, looks at the viewer with her hands clasped under a piece of Rowan tree which in Slavic symbolism is supposed to warn them of upcoming danger. A soft atmosphere which reflects the tenderness that the mother seems to have for her children.
Sainer is a Polish artist who graduated from the Lodz School of Fine Arts. He’s been passionate about art since the age of 16. The artist is a member of the famous Etam Cru, a duo of gifted artists that he forms with his friend Bezt.