Saturday, April 13, 2024

Magical mural


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AFTER ABOUT NINE MONTHS of steady work and placement of more than 150 000 tile pieces, Barbados’ longest environmental mural is just about finished at Warrens.

An official unveiling ceremony was held yesterday for the joint venture between CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank and the Future Centre Trust The mural has been attracting busloads of tourists.

Here, Future Centre Trust chairman Vivian-Anne Gittens, who is also Publisher & CEO of the Nation Publishing Co. Limited (third from left) and FCT executive director Cherice Gibson (right) sharing a light moment with (from left) artist/designer David Spieler, CEO of the bank Rik Parkhill and tilers Dwayne Goddard and Troy Young by the mural. (Picture by Sandy Pitt.)


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