Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting Mona Lisa has inspired zillions of artworks around the globe for decades. Now, after quirky creations using rice crackers and slices of bread, a Canadian man’s creation on an ice rink is going viral.
Robert Greenfield from Toronto flaunted his artistic side in the cold weather and turned his backyard ice rink into a masterpiece after fresh snow blanketed his home. He recreated the iconic renaissance art on the white frosty canvas using nothing but a hockey stick and a shovel! And the results have wowed people around the globe.
Greenfield shared a time-lapse video of his masterwork, calling his creation “Snowna Lisa,” on Facebook and garnered a lot of positive feedback. Posting the video, he jokingly wrote that he thinks his masterpiece should earn a place igloo version of the Louvre Museum! “This is not exactly a masterpiece, but I present the Snowna Lisa! Oh, you think that’s bad? Wait till I tell you it should be hanging in the Igloouvre,” he wrote online.
Watch the video:
The drone video left many impressed online:
Greenfield has experience in creating masterpieces on the ice rink and his Facebook profile is filled with many such artwork videos.