Colourful wall is a wonder to see
PEOPLE made the most of an invitation to decorate a building in Penryn by creating one of the largest street paintings in the town.
A wall at the Highway Community Centre has been transformed by artists and local people over three days.
Organised by ColourRiot, a creative community group in Penryn, it brought together people from local parent and toddler groups, Swallow Court care home and youth groups.
The 100ft by 10ft wall on Church Road has been covered with individual designs, including children's scribbles, graffiti and professional artists' paintings.
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The theme, "The most important things in life aren't things" captured people's imaginations, said Rachel Painter, from ColourRiot.
She added: "It was surprising how quickly people got into it; many just went for it and really enjoyed being creative.
"It's been an incredibly positive experience, bringing lots of different sections of the community together."
For further details about ColourRiot's activities visit the website at www.colourriot.org