Péter Árpád, member of the Folks group, will paint a tree stretching to the sky on the wall of the Csipike kindergarten between 15-16 October. The mural aims to preserve the magic and richness of folk art and reinvent it with modern tools in a way that young people can learn from it. Their artistic language combines folk art, graffiti, calligraphy and applied graphics. The trees that stretch to the sky are composed of seven or nine levels. At the bottom of the composition is the cracked seed from which life is born. This is followed by nine flowers, nine levels, representing eternal movement, the continuity of life, turning inwards, opening outwards, breathing in and out. The upper world is enclosed by the bird of the soul, symbol of creation.

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