Paul Curtis, the Liverpool artist most famous for the Baltic Triangle ‘Wings’ street art on Jamaica Street, (“For all Liverpool’s Liver Birds”), was commissioned to create a vibrant mural at luxury Wirral hotel, Thornton Hall.
Paul also created the backdrop to our very own Guide Liverpool studio and the recent Abbey Road painting at Cains Brewery Village for Beatles Story.
The new Thornton Hall mural depicts a striking jungle scene on Thornton Hall’s terrace, outside the Cristal Suite bar area – transforming the space into a photogenic focal point. The scene simulates a swing bench in a paradisal rainforest, where guests can sit in front of the backdrop and, in the words of Curtis, “share a moment with their Tarzan or Jane!”
Paul’s artwork was recently catapulted into the limelight when HRH Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, met the artist during a visit to the Baltic area of Liverpool and was photographed in front of the iconic Liver Bird wings, resulting in widespread national media coverage.
General Manager of Thornton Hall, Geoff Dale, comments: “We’re delighted that Paul has created this beautiful work of art for Thornton Hall. His work is fantastically received by the people of the North West and beyond and we’re privileged to be a part of his ever-increasing portfolio of projects.”
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