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Albany Smooth Masonry Paint Donated For School Mural


Brewers Leamington Spa were delighted to be able to support the creation of a large abstract mural completed by Brink Contemporary Arts at Shrubland Street primary school. Albany Smooth Matt masonry was donated to the project to ensure vibrant colour and an excellent finish.


The mural was funded by The Arts Council and measures an impressive 33 metres in length. Brink Curator, Tim Robottom worked with the students to produce inspirational sketches, which were then translated into the finished piece. Educational elements were also included to add longevity to the design.


Tim said: "We are so grateful to the Arts Council for funding this exciting project, which has enabled us to engage the whole school and create this fantastic work of art."


Head Teacher, Nicola Mills said "This has been such a privilege and a fabulous opportunity for our children to work alongside such a local famous community artist. Learning how to take an idea, turn it into a design and seeing how the whole creative process has resulted in a final artistic piece. Thanks to the amazing skills of Tim, the children will be able to see their drawings reflected in this collaborative piece of beautiful art. We are thrilled to have our new art exhibit installed, brightening our playground for parents and children."


Brewers are delighted with the outcome adding that "It was a pleasure to be able to support this project and we can’t wait to support Brink Contemporary Arts with future works!"

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