Both sides of the work are located in the Pavillon Le Goéland. The triptych is located on the North-East wall of a corridor leading to the gymnasium, and the mural is on a wall outside the gymnasium.
Mural painted on a concrete wall and a triptych consisting of a painting with bas-reliefs. The mural consists of horizontal rectangles, blue wavy forms and stylized fishes that swim along the wall. The central painting of the triptych is a thin horizontal rectangle and represents similar fishes on a blue background. The two bas-reliefs are larger than the painting and represent children next to a river, which overflows on both sides of the central painting.