Dulux Let’s Colour Project at Humphry Davy School, Penzance.

In March 2013, i was asked by Humphry Davy School to take part in a national project with Dulux Paint.

I was asked to design a mural with the students of the school, which would clad an entire building in colour.

Once the designs had been completed, there as a mammoth task to transfer them all onto panels that would eventually be fitted to the building. We had a week at half term, where students came in and painted the panels along side myself and other members of staff. I also gave a workshop to a group of Year 8 students from a local Primary school.

Year 6 students from Heamoor Primary School taking part in a painting workshop.

Year 6 students from Heamoor Primary School taking part in a painting workshop.

A Year 10 student from Humphry Davy School, adding colour to a special design by artist Pete Fowler.

Finished panels on the floor of the Drama Hall at Humphry Davy School, waiting to be installed onto the Humanities block.

Finished panels installed onto the building.

With the Mayor of Penzance, presenting a plaque for the finished mural from Dulux.