Lithest, Gaudiest Harlequin!

Mural created for Ashford Unframed, Ashford's fist mural festival.

Painted by Will Redgrove with the support of Agency Accent,  London Mural Company for Pilgrims Hospices.

Will was tasked with creating a design for the hospice that reflected the amazing care and values of the charity. Sunflowers, bluebells and forget-me-nots surround 3 Blue Tits in flight. The birds are carefully lifting a ribbon skywards.

This project was close to Will's heart as volunteered as a health care assistant at a hospice, also in Kent before studying at university.

Photo credit Ady Kerry

"Where is he that giddy Sprite,
Blue-cap, with his colours bright,
Lithest, gaudiest Harlequin!
Prettiest Tumbler ever seen!
Light of heart and light of limb;
What is now become of Him"

Lines from the poem ‘The Kitten and Falling Leaves’ by William Wordsworth


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