The creation of the last in the three part series of RampArts public street art murals takes place on 15th August.
The latest street art mural will be on the wall next to the Rice Bowl restaurant in St Clement. Islanders are invited to join from 11am to watch the mural come to life.
RampArtist Jacques Le Breton has designed a colourful and vibrant image for the Rice Bowl wall (shown as the main image for this story). It encompasses elegant Jersey lilies with the national flower of China, the peony, which blossoms thick and ruffled.
Heather Brown, founder of RampArts said: “The Parish of St Clement instantly fell in love with the idea and the image.
“We can’t wait to see this painted next to the Chinese Rice Bowl restaurant, in all its glory! Pizza Quarter will also be open from 4pm, if you fancy grabbing a pizza and making an evening of it”.
Visitors are asked to base themselves on the beach and slipway, where live music will keep you entertained as you pop over to see the artist at work. Please note that the wall is situated within the restaurant’s car park, be mindful this space will be in use and try to minimise disruption to the pavement and walkway.
the RampArts mural series has been made possible with the ongoing support and sponsorship from Ricardo Santos of Robbialac and CIN Paints Jersey. Heather said: “Ricardo goes above and beyond, providing a technicolour palette of professional paint free of charge, as well as lending his creative hand and time. He’s our hero!”
RampArts have all the permissions required for the event, from the Parish of St Clement, and the Government of Jersey Hospitality and Leisure Manager Andrew Jones. Social distancing and government guidance will be followed.