Uk news Artist brightens up Paisley with colourful new wall mural MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Mark Worst is responsible for a number of brilliant wall murals in the town.
Breaking News ! A fabulous new wall mural is brightening up Paisley as artist Mark Worst adds to his town centre collection. The man behind the Kingfisher in Johnston Street and a line-up of St Mirren players in Brown’s Lane has created a new design at a dance school in Incle Street. Elma Whyte Performing Arts commissioned the eye-catching piece featuring three dancers for the gable end of their building after deciding to use lockdown to transform its building. Paisley First, traders and Mark Worst at the kingfisher mural in Paisley's Johnston Street (Image: Paisley First) Bosses at the school revealed they were inspired by Mark’s previous work, which also includes murals at St Mirren Park and The Young Poet overlooking the birthplace of Robert Tannahill in Castle Street. Read More Related Articles Man left with serious head injury after teen thug bottle attack Adelle Maasz, who took over the running of the school since her mother’s retirement, said: “We have been using lockdown to transform the inside of the building, decorating and tidying things up ready for pupils to come back when they can. “My family have all been helping so that has been great but then we got to thinking, why not do the outside of the building as well? “That’s when we got the idea for the mural. “ I immediately thought of Mark because I love his Kingfisher one.
Mark's mural of Paolo Nutini on Glasgow Road
(Image: Paisley Daily Express)
Another mural on High Street, Paisley of Mark's friend Scott Lister.
(Image: Andrew Neil)
“It is already turning heads and getting a really good response from people in the community so we are delighted with it. “Hopefully it will be another point on the mural trail through the town that people will want to stop at.”
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The school, which started more than 50 years ago and teaches ballet, jazz, tap and highland dancing, continues to go from strength to strength. “We have pupils from all over Paisley, Linwood, Kilmacolm and beyond because we have built a good reputation over all those years,” Adelle added. “We wanted to make the building match that and make a fun looking place to come for our youngsters.”
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