We have seen quite a few times artists using the surroundings as a part of their mural. But this time, the mural had to bow down to its surrounding. Ray Bartkus incorporated Lithuania’s Šešupė River to his latest mural, by painting it upside down, so as viewers can see it through the water’s reflection.
The mural shows swimmers, swans, rowers, a diver and things. So matchy, right? Moreover, the illusion of movement is accentuated thanks to the water’s movements. And the final result is as you can see it yourselves, magnificent!