On first inspection, this doesn’t really look like very much, mainly because of the condition of the wall (ramp) and the quality of the photograph. However, take a closer look and there are three lovely pieces of work from Conrico, Rebecca Prince and Tasha Bee. I assume that this is yet another Monday Club production.
The left hand side is a delightful illustration of a Chinese (?) man sitting on a rock blowing smoke rings from his pipe.. The thing I love about Conrico’s work is that the picture he creates is only one part of the work, it is the way he gets your imagination going with trying to unpick the story – a real talent. I could look at his work all day.
In the middle is street art newcomer Rebecca Prince with a portrait of a girl with fruit in her hair. There is something quite dreamy about this piece, and I am really looking forward to seeing her progress. She and other new starters give me hope.
Finally we have a gorgeous piece by Tasha Bee who has such an assured and confident touch to her work. There is joy in the simplicity of her designs and soul in the poise of the characters. This really is a teriffically difficult wall to paint, because of its textured surface and orientation, but all three artists have done a great job. Love it.