We are painting a mural on a bridge on the Ebury way!!
After much back and forth with herts council they have finally agreed to let me (and my painting crew) paint a mural underneath the bridge on the Ebury Way. This woodland walk is one of my favourites and is for many other people from the area. I thought it would be nice to add a lovely underwater painting to the scruffy bridge underneath Tolpits lane so that walkers and whoever else can enjoy a bit of colour and art on their woodland walk.
On the 26th August we are set to begin painting. I have recently been painting bigger things like children's bedrooms and nurseries and have been wanting to paint a mural for a while.
Its going to be underwater themed with a BIG whale, turtles, fish, octopus, coral, sand, sun and skies. Lots of colour and lots of fun!
(please bare in mind that this rough sketch of the fish and coral above is just a rough design of a tiny portion of what will be).
I love this walk and would love to make this mural the best that it could be. With your help we can get the best paints and supplies to make this 9 by 2 metre wall looking as great as we want it to!
What We Need :)
I am looking to raise £200 for good primer paint, lots of acrylic paints and brushes. As this wall is 9 by 2 meters it will require a hefty amount of paint to solidly cover. This is a project for the community yet we are not getting any commission from the council.
Even if we didn't reach the £200 goal any help will be HUGELY appreciated! Any money will be a huge help to the project! So even if you can only spare a couple of quid that would be incredible.
As I said this is a community project and anyone can come and help if they would like to. We start on Friday the 26th and will keep painting all weekend through to the bank holiday Monday on the 29th. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org, so just send me an email or ring me if you know me and I will give you all the details of how to get there and where you can find us over the weekend.
THANKS SO MUCH GUYS I LOVE YA!