I met Alexandre while working on my first Jump for Joy Photo Mural, and he was the first to volunteer when I began my second mural in the down town East Side of Vancouver. Sharing joy has a powerful impact the ripples out and touches others. Share your joy, it just may change someones life for the better.
Alexandre Légère …
Q: What inspires you to jump for joy?
A: Life changing. Jump for a better world.
Q. Jumping photo experience?
A: I had fun! Good laughs lol I felt fresh and made a new friend. I felt all doors open to me.
Q: Inspiration in life?
A: Others in action. Life experiences. Nature.
Q: Greatest passion?
A: Love. Liberty to be free. Free to create.
A: You are alive, always have hope. Hope to change. Hope to love. Hope to be better person in life.
Q: Anything in the world?
A: The world needs love. We need to take care of the world. It’s a garden that needs love to flourish.
Q. Working on?
A: I’m providing home hair services to my clients. I volunteer by doing hair for the homeless in my community.
I will share a piece of my story. We were two friends. We were living in the darkness of addiction and lost our way. Enough is enough. With Gods’ love, I found the courage, determination, passion and love to fight against myself. I was able to get out of the darkness.
I present myself. Alexandre Légère. French Acadian. Artist. I was orphaned from a very tender age of 5 years old. I want to share my story because I won this struggle. With Gods’ love, I found a family every where I go. The world is my family.
Recently, I was walking down an alley where my friend Robert used to live. Singing to him. Love. Truth. Courage. Faith to never give up. My Biggest wish is to see him happy and in peace. Eyoalha was doing her art at the end of the alley while I was singing to my friend who lost his life. With Gods’ Love, she is now my friend. This is Gods’ handiwork.
Now I take the time to see, feel, listen and smell art. That’s the reason I jump. I jump for joy. I jump for peace. I jump without fear. I jump for love. Thanks to all my friends who never give up and who believed in me. Special thank to my dear friend, Robert.
A little video about the project, Eyoalha Baker being interviewed on TelusOptic during her first mural in 2014. It shows Alexandre’s photo shoot too 🙂