Samford Grove residents smiling under a sea of flowers at Monet in Paris exhibit.

Samford Grove residents were transported to the streets of 19th-Century Paris following a visit to an interactive art exhibit at Brisbane’s Northshore.

The Monet in Paris event was an immersive art experience, following the life and art of Claude Monet and fellow Impressionist artists like Degas, Pissarro, Cezanne, Renoir and more.

The lucky residents were treated to sensory delights and artistic masterpieces like Monet’s waterlilies, projected on larger-than-life screens, in a 360-degree immersive experience.

Situated in a purpose-built Grand Palais, residents snapped a few photos to mark the occasion, before saying au revoir and heading back home.

Samford Grove residents stepping off the bus, about to visit Monet in Paris.

Senior woman with walker standing next to Le Chat Noir artwork on a digital screen.

Samford Grove residents with digital screen of Monet's waterlily artwork behind them.