Tick-tock croc’ completes library wall-art…

Finally, after just over 30 hours of painting, the walls of the newly located school library at Hamp Academy, Bridgwater, are complete. Chosen by the children, classic and modern fiction books are standing up or lying flopped open to reveal their characters and settings, along with a significant quotation or famous ‘line’ from their pages…. Originally written by authors as divers as Lewis Carroll and Neil Gaiman, Dr Seuss and Roald Dahl, and illustrated by ‘masters’ such as Axel Schiffler, the colourful 2015 interpretations painted by me, Liz Hutchin of Busylizzie Art, certainly bring the library alive and give the children a powerful message about books and reading….

Take a tour around the walls:

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Many thanks for taking the trouble to read this article…If you like what you see, and are interested in commissioning me to paint in your school, home, child-care setting – anywhere!, please go to my contacts page or leave a comment for me on here….

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