With neither brush, ink and canvas artist create artworks in the snow.
With neither brush nor canvas for his artworks, this school groundskeeper create his paintings in the snow.
Semyon Bukharin, a janitor in one of the schools in the city of Ishevsk, 800 miles east of Moscow, has been delighting pupils for his consistent artworks.
According to reports, at six o’clock in the morning Bukharin cleans the newly-fallen snow from the grounds of Lyceum No. 25 where he works.
As the first classroom lesson begins, the janitor outside takes a broom and goes to draw his morning painting. His effort adorns the ground by the school windows until it disappears under the soles of students and parents afterwards.
A couple of years ago, after the end of his routine work, he took a broom and began to draw the first animals in the snow under the windows of the school.
School children saw his drawings and opened an Instagram account, where they started to share the janitor’s works.
Bukharin’s range of painting subjects include Russian authors, composers, and fairy-tale animals.
As of this posting, the artist has 1,528 Instagram followers already.
Izhevsk is the capital city of the Udmurt Republic, Russia, located along the Izh River in the Western Urals. Its population is 629,455 (2012 est.), making it the nineteenth largest city in Russia and the largest in the republic. (H/T Wikipedia)
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