Alice Pasquini, Dragonflies, and a School Wall in Germany

“Go Ask Alice When She’s Ten Feet Tall” (on a ladder).

If you are wondering what cans to use on the side of a German elementary school, Alice Pasquini can tell you. Readying for a show at local 44309 Gallery in Dortmund last week, the Italian Street Artist took some time to paint a mural for the kids at Jungferntal primary and gave them a lesson in painting large. “The symbol of the school is a dragonfly, which informed my work,” says Alice, who has done a lot of work on street walls in cities. “I had a great time with all the children from the school and they even helped me pick colors for the background.”

Alice Pasquini. Dortmund, Germany. (photo © Olaf Ginzel)

Curious kids checking out the wall action by Alice Pasquini in the school yard in Dortmund, Germany. (photo © Olaf Ginzel)

Alice Pasquini. Dortmund, Germany. (photo © Olaf Ginzel)

Alice Pasquini. Dortmund, Germany. (photo © Olaf Ginzel)

Alice Pasquini. Dortmund, Germany. (photo © Olaf Ginzel)

Click here for further details on Alice Pasquni’s exhibition ‘Déjà vu – Destiny’ now open for the general public at the 44309 Art Gallery in Dortmund.

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