Harvey Centre unveil Platinum Jubilee mural drawn by security guard
Communities / Wed 1st Jun 2022 am30 07:35am
ON Friday 27th May, The Harvey Centre revealed a mural of Queen Elizabeth II which was hand drawn by one of the Centre’s Security guards, Scott Wright.
The mural was created in honour of the Royal Jubilee event and features 3 iconic portraits of the Queen, capturing her through the ages of her 70-year reign.
This artwork joins the line-up of inspired art installations created by Scott, who also painted the tribute to Sir Captain Tom Moore on the top floor of the Centre’s car park and a picture in support of the NHS during the COVID 19 pandemic.
The Queen’s Jubilee mural which is closely guarded by 2 free standing guardsman, also created and painted by Scott, is currently on display to the public.
Visitors to the shopping centre are welcome to take photos of, or alongside the installation which is located on the ground floor next to the glass elevator.
The Harvey Centre will also be hosting a FREE royal inspired craft workshop for children on Saturday 4th June between 11am – 2.30pm, located on the Ground Floor alongside the mural.
Bryan Young, Centre Manager for The Harvey Centre says “We are very proud to showcase this mural, Scott spent a number of hours hand drawing each portrait and his work has been extremely well received by staff and shoppers. We’re excited to be celebrating the Jubilee event and look forward to welcoming budding young artists to our craft workshop on Saturday.”
A talented young man for delivering such nice drawings.